The 'Endless Mini' Launched at CES 2016 Introduces Accessible Computing

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 9, 2016
References: endlessm & digitaltrends
After launching 'Endless,' a powerful globally minded machine, Endless Computers launched the 'Endless Mini' at CES 2016 as an affordable equivalent.

Available for less than $100, the Endless Mini is a desktop computer with a helmet-shaped design that contains an AMLogic quad-core ARM Cortex A5, a 1.50GHz Mali-450 GPU and at minimum, a 24GB solid state drive with 1GB of RAM. What's most significant about this computer is that it uses a CPU that's typically used in mobile devices, rather than desktop models. In place of using an operating system from Windows or Apple, the computer uses its own Linux-based system, complete with more than 100 apps.

In addition to being a computer that many tech enthusiasts can look forward to using, the Endless Mini is set to be an affordable option for people in developing countries.