The Panther Alpha Super Mini PC Cuts Energy Needs for Computing

By: Michael Hemsworth - Nov 4, 2016
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
Traditional computer equipment is notorious for being an energy suck, so the Panther Alpha super mini PC is designed to help eliminate this perception and much more.

Capable of cutting energy needs by 77% when compared to traditional Windows computers, the Panther Alpha won't compromise on performance because of the power efficiency. Instead of running Windows, the Panther Alpha is powered by Linux and allows users to access their favorite apps in a full-screen environment. This also requires much less memory (around a fifth of what's required for Windows to run), which allows users to do more and experience better performance without lag.

The Panther Alpha super mini PC is currently being funded as part of a Kickstarter campaign where early bird deals allow users to grab a unit for just $79.