The new UP 7000 Edge is a small computer with a fanless design, an Intel Alder Lake-N processor, and support for up to 8GB of LPDDR5 memory and 64GB of eMMC storage.

It measures just 92 x 64 x 45mm (3.6″ x 2.5″ x 1.8″), but the little computer supports Windows, Ubuntu, and other operating systems.

AAEON offers five different processor, memory, and storage configurations:

  • Intel Processor N200 / 8GB / 64GB
  • Intel Processor N100 / 8GB / 64GB
  • Intel Processor N100 / 4GB / 32GB
  • Intel Processor N97 / 8GB / 64GB
  • Intel Processor N50 / 4GB / 32GB

Each model has an HDMI 1.4b port, three USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port (Realtek RTL8111H CG), and a 12V/5A DC power input, but no onboard WiFi or Bluetooth.

Since the company is positioning the UP 7000 Edge as a system for professional applications including “industrial automation, digital signage, and various other applications,” it probably won’t be sold through retail channels, and you’ll have to contact AAEON for a quote if you want to know how much it costs.

But it’s the latest in a line of UP 7000 series products with Alder Lake-N processors from the company. This spring AAEON launched the UP Squared Pro 7000 single-board computer with support for up to an Intel Core i3-N305 processor, and this summer the company launched a smaller, Raspberry Pi-shaped UP 7000 with up to an Intel N100 chip.

via LinuxGizmos and press release

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  1. I’d order one of the N200 models right now if it weren’t for the HDMI 1.4b port. I’d be using it on a 4K TV, and I’d like it to run at better than 30hz.