Endless is a Cheap Linux Powered Computer Made for Everybody



Gone are the days when you needed to buy a display screen with your computer. The technology has enabled us to put all our devices into a small little box. If you have no clue what I’m talking about, check out Raspberry  Pi, a potential computer in a size of a pastry box. Different companies have come forth to build a portable shrunk computer that can be plugged into any display screen to convert into a full-fledged PC. Today I’ll talk about Endless Computer, a real Linux computer that’s for everyone.

Endless has brought its own range of such computers that is to rival best of the existing PCs in the market. With an  Intel Celeron N2807 1.7 GHz Dual-Core processor and 2GB RAM, it is a brilliant go to use contraption for people those who can not afford conventional computers and laptops. It has an RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet port, a stereo line out, with HDMI and VGA outputs. It has two USB 2.0 ports and one 3.0 USB port.

Unlike Raspberry Pi, Endless comes with useful attachments that make it more like a PC and not just a CPU on a chip. Endless comes in two models: $169 model and $229 model. The latter comes with a 500GB hard drive, integrated speaker, Bluetooth, and WiFi.

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The $129 model comes with 32GB eMMC and SD Storage sans speakers and wireless transmitting capabilities.


Targeted towards the Linux users specifically, this low-end PC has highly customizable operating system features. Versions of Ubuntu Linux based on GNOME 3.x user interface and common Linux applications will be pre-loaded in Endless. The apps could be optimized without any Internet connection too.

With its interesting features and low cost, Endless is expected to be high in demand in developing countries and regions with not-so-good network.

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Endless is a pretty good option if you want to own a PC, but lack resources. The company plans to release the computer soon and has got thumbs up in its test product reviews.

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Aashish Sharma

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