Compulab Mintbox 2 mini PC sin ventilador Tercera Generación Intel Core i5 1,8 GHz de doble núcleo pre-instalado con Linux Mint
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- Tercera Generación Intel Core i5 (Ivy Bridge) 1,8 GHz de doble núcleo
- 5 años de garantía
- GB de disco duro de 500 pre-instalado con Linux Mint
- Dual Gb Ethernet, WiFi 802.11n, HDMI + DisplayPort, 7.1 canales S / PDIF de audio
- Carcasa de aluminio sin ventilador
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Descripción del producto
MintBox 2 es un PC de alto rendimiento en energía - eficiente y compacto. Su carcasa de fundición de aluminio combina un diseño elegante, alta fiabilidad y enfriamiento pasivo para un funcionamiento excepcionalmente silencioso en un factor de forma muy pequeño.
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I've had my MintBox2 computer for just over 2 week now and I have to say the machine is truly superb. It has surpassed all of my expectations and then some! As other reviewers have stated, this product is solidly built, it actually has a military-like built quality about it. I can't think of another electrical/electronic product I've seen other than top-end guitar effects equipment that have been built this robustly.It isn't cheap though but I feel I've had great value for money with this and so far I'm very please with my MintBox2.
I'm using this (heedless over SSH and VNC) for a home automation system in conjunction with some Raspberry Pis, Z-wave devices (via Z-way Razberry) and IP Cameras (via Zoneminder), wifi cameras (via Zoneminder) ...
UPDATE - July 03, 2014:
My MintBox2 has been running continuously for 6 months now (I never switch it off). The computer hasn't had (touch wood) any problems so far despite various electrical storms cutting our main's power and so on occasionally. Also, on a side note, I should mention that the machine is operating perfectly in very humid conditions here (50% - 60% humidity levels) - Impressive.
UPDATE - July 08, 2015:
I've had my MintBox2 switched on permanently since I purchased it in December 2013 (570 days in fact). It's still working perfectly:-)
This is not my first foray into the compact fanless computing market. I purchased an Intel NUC which was very disappointing.
After putting the Mintbox 2 through the paces, the inescapable conclusion is, this thing rocks!
I must admit I was a bit reluctant to make this purchase for a rather obscure reason. All of the net spying seems to involve Israeli companies installing and even monitoring the technology. But after reading about this company my mind was set at ease. As an added measure of comfort, I wiped the installed hard disk, installed an SSD with a new operating system and BAM! This thing screams!.
In my opinion, these guys could not have timed a Linux solution like this any better. People seem to want to get away from the big desktops and away from operating systems and companies that see our private data as a commodity. Linux and the Mintbox 2 seemed to fit the bill.
What I like about this product:
Gave me back my desktop: It's about the size of half a sheet of paper and fits right under the monitor (ASUS 27 inch) within its foot print freeing up my desk and giving it an uncluttered look and feel.
Quiet: Totally noiseless with the SSD. I really didn't realize how loud my old desktop was.
USB connectivity galore: Four on the front and four on the back including two USB 3.0 sockets.
Duel Ethernet ports make this a great server.
Built like a tank from what appears to be cast aluminum. Durable yet still very stylish. The finish appears to be textured black powder coating.
Upgrading the RAM was easy.
Upgrading the hard drive to an SSD was easy.
5 year warranty.
Everything is super fast!
It just works!
Works great with a USB powered external DVD burner (Samsung).
One minor drawback is that the sticker with the serial number on it fell right off of the textured black finish. You will most likely need this for any warranty service. Compulab could solve this issue by increasing the adhesive on the sticker or mounting it in several places like inside the access panel as well.
I have this wee pc on my desk, hooked to ethernet and it is FAST. I tweaked some things but it was running fast aforehand.
It is SILENT! This feels very odd for those of us used to hearing fans roaring. So neat to work without fan noise.
My behemoth tower shall likely become a doorstop; I am such a minimalist and this is simply form following function in the best of ways.
(I'm not loving Cinnamon though and shall have to get MATE instead).
Much love and gratitude to both the Mint team and CompuLab (who gives a percentage of the sales of MintBox to the Mint dev team) THANK YOU guys. You are all heroes in my book, saving the masses from Microsoft.
Linux has gotten whole lot more workable.
If you come from Windows or Mac you'll need a bit of time to get used to Linux, especially for programs you cannot find under Linux and which don't work with Wine - for me, the main problem is Excel, not always compatible with LibreOffice (macros, tables), forcing me to use a virtual machine or to keep my old Windows computer besides my Mintbox.
But for all the rest it's more than all right, fast and reliable, you don't have to permanently install updates, the computer won't restart without your permission, I almost never have to restart in order to free some memory as I did with Windows, I don't need an antivirus...
I recently discovered the advanced features of desktop management - multiple workspaces, customizable windows display and hiding or fading functions I never saw in Microsoft Windows, and I suppose there are still a lot to discover...
For an entirely free operating system with almost no programs you have to pay for, I find the 600 € of the computer itself is quite an interesting price and I don't regret my money.