Xi3 Modular Computer 5 Series
Released January, 2011
Xi3's Modular Computer 5 Series is a modular desktop computer whose main features concern its form factor. It uses no moving parts and requires no more than 30W of power at any given time, reducing heat and saving energy.
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The lack of moving parts contributes to its overall longevity as well. The main specs are customizable at the time of purchase, offering a choice of AMD Athlon processors, flash or external memory, as well as external displays and various operating systems. By default, the 5 Series uses Linux Suse, and all models have 2GB of DDR2 667 RAM. This computer can be used individually as a desktop, though Xi3 suggests it as a solution for cloud computing networks, or as a replacement for thin-client desktops. It can couple with Xi3's Z3RO modules to allow for three workstations to run off of one Modular Computer, and the computer itself supports dual 1080p displays. The standard price for one computer is $849 and uses the best possible processor (of the three available) - the Athlon 64 4200+. Price reductions accompany downgrades of the core processor.
- Very compact form factor (4" x 3.66" x 3.66")
- Dual 1080p display support
- Standard comes with AMD Athlon 4200+ Dual-Core processor at 2.2GHz
- 1MB L2 Cache
- 2GB DDR2 667 RAM
- Supports DirectX 10
- DVI with Analog VGA video out
- Supports DVI splitter and HDMI dongle
- 6x USB 2.0 ports
- Low power consumption, depending on processor
- 16GB internal flash memory
- Linux Suse (or upgradable to Windows 7)
- In conjunction with Z3RO module, can allow three functioning workstations off of one Modular Computer
- Ideal for virtual computing, cloud client, or thin-client replacement
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