Endless Computers has released its latest two desktop mini computers: Mission One and Mission Mini. If you focus on a better balance between the performance and size, the Mission One should be more ideal solution.
The Mission One is a well-crafted and versatile desktop computer that comes in two models based on different storage capacities: 320GB and 500GB. As we can see from the images, the computer shows off a minimal and elegant appearance that allows it to decently stand beside your HDTV or LCD display, and its wooden casing delivers one-of-a-kind wood grain for natural aesthetics and durable design. Meanwhile, the orderly arranged ventilation holes are designed for a combination of functionality and beauty.
Performance and features
The mini computer is powered by Intel Celeron N2807 dual-core processor up to 2.17GHz and comes with 2GB RAM, 320GB/500GB HDD in order to deal with some daily tasks.
The Mission One also comes equipped with one USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI & VGA, 3.5mm audio in/ out and Bluetooth so you can easily connect various external devices with the mini computer. Using Ethernet and WiFi, Mission One is capable of connect into the Internet.
It’s worth mentioning that the mini desktop computer runs Endless OS, an easy-to-use Linux-based operating system. With a custom GNOME desktop, the operating system provides a more user friendly desktop environment that fits for various users.
Moreover, Mission One comes with more than 100 free apps and tools so you can use it to edit your documents, play games, enjoy music and video without needing an Internet connection. Of course, when connecting to the Internet, Mission One allows you to browse sites, watch online video, access to Wikipedia, social media and more. Meanwhile, you can also download more applications to improve your Mission One.
Price and availability
The Mission One mini computer with 500GB HDD is priced at $249 USD. Additionally, Mission Mini is a lite version with a more compact design, which costs $129 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Endless Computers official site for its more details.