Linutop: Manufacturer presents new Raspberry Pi and Intel Atom-based mini PCs
Brought to our attention by CNX Software, French manufacturer Linutop has released a new set of all-in-one mini PCs. Apparently also working on a Raspberry Pi 4-based board, the company has introduced the Linutop XS3 and Linutop 6, which both run the company's Linutop OS.
Linutop has based the XS3 on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, which also includes a 16 GB microSD card. Housed in an aluminium shell, the device retails for a rather pricey €189.00 (~US$213). The company sells a power supply and VESA mounting kit separately, for reference. The XS3 comes pre-loaded with a Raspbian version of Linutop OS, of course.
If you fancy an x86 machine instead, then there is the Linutop 6, which runs on an Intel Atom x5-Z8350. Complemented with 16 GB of flash storage and 2 GB of RAM, CNX Software reports that the Linutop is a modified Aaeon UP-GWS01. The Linutop 6 retails for €289.00 (~US$326) and comes with an x86 version of Linutop OS.