"Endless has a Mission for small, friendly PCs"
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Endless has a Mission for small, friendly PCs
When it comes to PC's, we really do have a lot of choice.
That maybe these small computers, from Endless, might be more up your ally.
They are called the Mission Mini and the Mission 1. Now these are both designed for pretty much anyone.
From kids all the way through to adults.
They are running the Linux base Endless OS, but it's been designed so that it kind of looks a bit like a smartphone interface.
As you can see there are a lot of app icons on the screen.
And it's designed so that you have access to a lot of offline content.
For example you can pull down Wikipedia entries but you don't necessarily need to be online to access a bunch of content from Wikipedia, through to recipes And more.
There's also a way to teach kids how to code through this chat-like interface.
Now, the two models, the Mission One and the Mission Mini are both gonna be made available in the US.
They both have this bamboo like finish on them.
And the Mission One is got an Intel based processor.
It's gonna cost $249.
It has two gigabytes of RAM.
And a 500 GB hard drive.
While the Mission Mini, the smaller model is $129 and has an ARM-based processor and 64 GB of internal memory.
They all have a bunch of ports including HDMI.
The Mission One has a VGA out as well.
Plus the standard ethernet, and USB ports as well.
They're gonna be available from the endless website now, or you can order them from Amazon starting at the end of January 2017.
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