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CompuLab Has Upgraded Their Small Form Factor "IPC" Line To Kabylake

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  • Compulab
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    CompuLab now offers the GTX 1060 for the AirTop-G. Would be nice if they sold it on Amazon (shipped by Amazon for Prime shipping).
    Sure. Airtop-GTX1060 units for Amazon are in production and will be available in a few weeks.

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  • guido12
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    CompuLab now offers the GTX 1060 for the AirTop-G. Would be nice if they sold it on Amazon (shipped by Amazon for Prime shipping).

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  • Compulab
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    And a round/curved design that makes it impossible to stack devices on top of each other.
    Stacking is bad idea for passively cooled systems.
    Old Bluetooth 4 instead of new Bluetooth 5. Not even 4.1 or 4.2.
    No USB Type-C.
    Don't forget DDR3L and not DDR4.
    The Intel WiFi module used is excellent and with excellent software support. In the business segment IPC3 is designed for it is not about the latest gimmick. However, WiFi module can be easily replaced.
    USB type C was actually part of the design, but unfortunately not fully supported by the KBL-U.

    Best regards,
    Irad



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  • andrei_me
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    Originally posted by Compulab View Post
    We are in continuous contact with AMD. It is public knowledge that AMD is focused on a major architecture change with Ryzen. Compulab hopes to introduce more AMD based products in the future.
    Didn't know you have a account here, thanks for the reply (y)

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by speculatrix View Post
    I hope compulab track clicks through to their site and decide to sponsor or donate to Phoronix.
    CompuLab does provide review samples to Phoronix of new products, as stated in that article.

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  • speculatrix
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    I hope compulab track clicks through to their site and decide to sponsor or donate to Phoronix.

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  • starshipeleven
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    Originally posted by Sergey View Post
    What do you think about building bare metal routers ? There are two major makers of Linux routers for SMBs - Ubiquiti and Mikrotik. While Ubiquiti is more open to the community it is not up to date with emerging tech like wireguard.io. I've bought a filtel to test drive it and it looks good, but does not really fit for the job. For a small office it is too expensive, but for a medium one you cant mount it to a rack. As a router it should have rj45 console port and as an industrial pc it should have vga port not hdmi.
    +1 to this. There are linux distros oriented to embedded or networking like LEDE/OpenWRT, that already have a x86 version used also on router boards from PCengines, so adding support would be easy.

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  • Sergey
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    Originally posted by Compulab View Post
    I think so too...
    What do you think about building bare metal routers ? There are two major makers of Linux routers for SMBs - Ubiquiti and Mikrotik. While Ubiquiti is more open to the community it is not up to date with emerging tech like wireguard.io. I've bought a filtel to test drive it and it looks good, but does not really fit for the job. For a small office it is too expensive, but for a medium one you cant mount it to a rack. As a router it should have rj45 console port and as an industrial pc it should have vga port not hdmi.

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  • uid313
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    And a round/curved design that makes it impossible to stack devices on top of each other.

    Old Bluetooth 4 instead of new Bluetooth 5. Not even 4.1 or 4.2.
    No USB Type-C.

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  • Compulab
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    I think so too...

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