On July 10, 2019 7:14:57 AM EDT, Mike <1100100 at gmail.com> wrote: >https://www.asrock.com/nettop/index.asp > >Asrock has a series of Intel and/or AMD based mini-pc's called the >DeskMini. >Competes in the Intel NUC space. >Plenty of power and up-to-date components, multiple ports for dual >monitor and at least two ssd's, etc. >I don't work for Asrock or sell their equipment. > > >On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 2:52 AM H <agents at meddatainc.com> wrote: >> >> I am considering buying a small, and therefore easily portable, >computer as an alternative to the laptop I already have. Obviously it >would not have battery, a screen, nor a keyboard etc. but more or less >be an easily portable computing unit to move between offices where a >keyboard and monitor(s) could then be connected. I want to run CentOS >7, later CentOS 8. >> >> The smaller, the better, however, there are certain key features I >would like to have: >> >> - HDMI for 2 monitors >> >> - USB for keyboard >> >> - 2 extra USB for eg external harddisk etc. >> >> - both wifi and at least Gb Ethernet cable connector >> >> Probably at least 16 Gb of memory, capability to drive two >high-resolution monitors and whatever else might be nice such as SSD of >at least 256 Gb. >> >> Size wise it would be nice if it were no larger than a "book", >whatever size that might be. >> >> Does anyone use something like the above, or know of a computer >meeting the above criteria? >> >> _______________________________________________ >> CentOS mailing list >> CentOS at centos.org >> https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos >_______________________________________________ >CentOS mailing list >CentOS at centos.org >https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos The smaller BeBoxes might be interesting, the other ones are too large.