Short Bytes: Endless Mission One is a Linux-powered desktop computer developed by Endless Mobile, Inc. Under the hood, it includes an Intel Celeron N2807 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. Along with various connectivity options, Mission One comes in two storage options, 500GB and 320GB. One can buy Mission One desktop for $249.With all the major breeds of computers, whether laptops, desktops, and mini PCs, being Windows-centric, it’s hard to find good hardware that has an eternal love for Linux distributions. But we have seen some good machines like the Mint Box Pro.
The minds behind the Linux-based Endless OS have also created a bunch of box computers, that come pre-installed with Endless OS. And I am sure, even if you don’t buy these machines, they’ll change your view about Linux machines regarding visual appearance. One of them, the Endless Mission One, has a wooden-finished body that makes it soothing AF in the first look itself.
Endless Mission One Specifications
|CPU||Intel Celeron N2807|
|Ports||2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0, 3.5mm Audio, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, VGA|
|Connectivity||WiFi-N, Bluetooth 4.0|
|Operating System||Endess OS 3.0|
We shouldn’t expect high-end specs from this budget computer running a Linux distribution. Although an advantage, but it’s surprising to see a VGA port on something released in the year 2017. Also, the processor used on the Mission One is an Intel Celeron from 2014. Hopefully, it won’t have any issues running Endless OS that doesn’t require much hardware resources.
Mission One runs Endless OS 3.0 out of the box. With loads of pre-installed applications, Endless OS is known as a savior for the people living in a scarcity of the internet. It also has inbuilt encyclopedia which includes thousands of Wikipedia articles on various topics.
We have reached out to the creators to see if we could publish a review for this device. You can get the 500GB variant of the Endless Mission One for $249.
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