For the people who are looking for factory Linux hardware, we have good news! Endless Computers is selling a small Endless OS computer from the factory.
Endless is starting this week in Brazil sales of the Endless mini computer. With a minimalist design and award winning at last CES in Las Vegas, the Endless mini comes with the Linux-based Endless OS operating system and a bundle of over 100 accessible applications offline.
Endless mini has been developed for a large portion of the world's population who do not have easy and constant internet access. therefore the option for those
You want the best of technology in a friendly, simple to use environment that doesn't depend on constant internet connection.
The computer is shaped like a small ball that fits in the palm of your hand and can be connected to a TV via an HDMI or RCA cable, turning even old televisions into a smart TV.
Endless is a San Francisco-based company with offices in Brazil, and has developed the Endless OS operating system after three years of research with users in Rocinha and rural Rio de Janeiro, as well as Guatemala and India.
The system was designed taking into account the shortcomings of broadband infrastructure in emerging countries: from application design and performance in online and offline modes, to how free software upgrades are performed. The simple and intuitive interface and the smartphone-like experience. Its own app store, along the same lines as Android and iOS, offers free apps that are easy to install and use.
The Endless Mini comes with 32 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM, Quad Core processor up to 1.50 GHz, 3 USB ports, Bluetooth, Ethernet and WiFi.
The computer available at Endless store at the cost of R $ 899.00, which can be paid in 10x without interest. Price does not include monitor or keyboard and mouse.
It is good to see another company investing in the Brazilian market, who knows soon we can bring a review of the system for you.
See you next time!
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