Put your laptop away. At 2” X 2” X 2”, the CuBox-i is the world’s smallest computer EVER. With its sleek and elegant design, the CuBox-i easily blends into your home or office décor. You’ll hardly notice it, but when you do, you’ll love the way it looks.
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The CuBox-i is an open source XBMC / Linux / Android Micro Computer. This neat 2″ x 2″ x 2″ computer looks fantastic and packs a powerful punch. Featuring a Quad-core 1GHz ARM Processor, 2GB Ram, Inbuilt WiFi, Bluetooth and IR, Optical Audio out, 1GB/s Ethernet and an eSATA II (3Gb/s) port, it leaves its competitors for dead.
The Perfect Media Center
Finally, an open source XBMC hardware platform with enough power and features to support an enthusiast’s needs. Inbuilt WiFi, Bluetooth and IR receiver means no ugly external dongles to get your basic connectivity. eSATA II provides more than enough bandwidth for your 1080p videos. The Quad-core processor and 2GB of Ram means your XBMC menus and fanart will be snappy and smooth. To top it all off, optical audio out gives you true 5.1 audio without compromise.
Finally, the answer to the question “Apple TV, Raspberry Pi, or Boxee” is here – CuBox-i.
Silent, Efficient and Reliable
With its core technology based on SolidRun’s state-of-the-art Micro System on a Module, the CuBox-i is built from only the highest quality components. It is also designed with smart thermal engineering, and highly-efficient components, means it remains cool at all times (even at extended 100% utilization) without the need for mechanical parts or fans – nothing that moves whatsoever – your CuBox-i is not only ultra-silent, but , but built for a long, efficient and silent life.
Turn your TV into an Android
CuBox-i is available with pre-installed Android 4.4 – just plug and play. Get your game on, browse the Internet, check emails, download XBMC, update your Facebook page – any application you have on your Smartphone will be that much better up on the big screen.
Memory Size: 1Gbyte
Memory Config: 64 bit, 1GByte @ 1066Mbps