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Rugged mini-PC runs Linux on quad-core G-Series SoC

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A Fit-PC4 “Value” model is also available, which uses one of AMD’s older dual-core G-Series APUs, similar to that found in the Fit-PC3. The Fit-PC3 forms the basis for the Linux Mint-ready MintBox Basic and MintBox Pro. Last year, CompuLab also spun off a Fit-PC3i model specifically aimed at signage, surveillance, and telecommunications applications.

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