Utilite

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Utilite
Operating systemUbuntu Linux / Android
CPUFreescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex A9
Memory512 MB - 2 GB DDR3-1066
DisplayHDMI 1.4 full-HD + DVI
SoundS/PDIF 5.1
Stereo line-out / line-in
Connectivity802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (Standard/Pro only)
Bluetooth 3.0 (Standard/Pro only)
GbE Ethernet (Twin on Standard/Pro)
4 x USB 2.0 ports + USB OTG + 2 x serial RS-232
Power4-8 W @ 10-16 V DC
Dimensions13.5 x 10.0 x 2.1 cm
PredecessorTrim-Slice
Websiteutilite-computer.com

The Utilite is a small, fanless nettop computer manufactured by the Israeli company CompuLab.[1] It was announced in July 2013 and is based upon the Freescale i.MX6 SoC.

It is available in Utilite Value, Utilite Standard and Utilite Pro models.[2]

The Utilite is delivered with:

  • Ubuntu 12.04 (soft-float or armel version) pre-installed.

Other available operating systems:

There exists also three GNU/Linux based operating systems specialized on media playback:

  • XBMC
  • GeeXbox
  • Volumio (armhf Debian 7 based)

Both the Bootloader (U-Boot) and the Kernel are Open Source and can be found on Gitorious and Github.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CompuLab introduces Utilite - a single-core to quad-core ARM Linux desktop starting at 99$". July 14, 2013.
  2. ^ "Utilite models".

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