Mini PC Panther Alpha on the ARM processor running Panther OS Linux-based
Company Panther MPC presented a mini-PC Panther Alpha, built on a 64-bit Quad-core ARM processor, clocked at 2 GHz running Panther operating system OS based on the Linux.
Configuration table of the system, according to the developers, suitable for both home and office use, includes 2 GB of DDR3 RAM, 32GB flash memory (eMMC), a Gigabit Ethernet port and wireless interfaces Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 n, and Bluetooth 4.0. In addition, there are a HDMI 2.0, two USB ports, a microSD slot and jacks for headphones and microphone. The power adapter that generates a constant 5 volt, included.
In addition to the OS, the computer’s pre-installed browser that is compatible with documents in Microsoft Office formats, office Suite, email client, player, or other frequently used programs.
The developers expect to collect funds for the release of Panther Alpha with the site of collective financing Kickstarter. The corresponding project started a few days ago. A computer valued at $79, the aim of the project named fee of $79 000. At the time of writing news collected less than one tenth of this amount.
Sources: Panther MPC, Kickstarter