SolidRun recently unveiled a tiny computer with an Intel Braswell processor. Now it’s available for pre-order for $100 and up.
Other features include HDMI and DisplayPort for up to two displays, three USB 3.0 ports, dual Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, a microSD card interface, headphone and mic jacks, and support for mini PCIe and M.2 connectors.
The SolidPC measures about 4″ x 3.1″ and SolidRun is positioning it as a product for Internet of Things, point-of-sales, digital signage, and other commercial applications. But it’s basically a tiny PC, so it could be used for any number of things.
SolidRun has been offering tiny computing products fro a few years, but up until recently most of the company’s products have been based on ARM-powered chips including the Freescale i.MX6 processor family Marvell’s Armada 38xx series chips.