Aleutia R50 is an unusual mini PC

Aleutia R50 is an unusual mini PC

Some people prefer big and powerful computers, while others need a small-sized PC with enough power for daily tasks. For such users the unknown British PC company Aleutia has prepared the R50 – an unusual mini PC that is as tall as a computer mouse and that uses its own chassis for cooling the internal components.

The R50’s chassis is entirely made of thick copper and aluminum sheets that protect and cool the computer internals at the same time. The size of the chassis is about the size of a book. The Aleutia R50 is available in several configurations – users can have it with a dual-core Intel Core i3-6100U Skylake processor at 2.3 GHz or an Intel Core i5-6260U processor at 1.8 GHz (2.9 GHz Turbo), 8/16/32 GB of DDR4 memory and 128/256/512 GB SSDs with the last two SSDs using the NVMe protocol.

Depending on the hardware configuration chosen, the R50 minicomputer sells for 600-1100 GBP.

Source: Aleutia

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