Logic Supply debuts the CL100 mini PC

Logic Supply debuts the CL100 mini PC

Those of you looking for a new mini PC may be tempted by the CL100 – a new mini computer that has been just launched by Logic Supply. The device is based on an Intel Celeron Braswell processor and provides enough power for light everyday tasks.

The CL100 measures just 116.75 x 36.7 x 112 mm and includes the aforementioned Intel Celeron N3150 Braswell processor with four cores at 2.08 GHz. The computer also comes with 2 GB of DDR3L SO-DIMM memory that can be upgraded to 16 GB (there are two memory slots). You also get a 32 GB mSATA SSD (up to 512 GB), HDMI and DisplayPort connectors (one each), Gigabit Ethernet and an mPCIe slot for WLAN cards. There also are four USB 3.0 ports (one Type-C, three Type-A) and that’s about it. All this hardware is situated in an aluminum chassis that also acts as a heat sink.

As to pricing the base model of the CL100 sells for USD 347.

Source: Techpowerup.com

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