|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||500 GB|
Diablotek U310 All-in-One Atom Dual-Core D525 1.8GHz 2GB 500GB Ubuntu Linux Keyboard PC w/Wireless-N (Black)
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- Diablotek U310 Atom D525 1.8 GHz All-in-One Keyboard PC General Features: Black color
- Keyboard and PC combo Ultra-compact, space saving design
- Ubuntu Linux operating system pre-installed Intel Atom D 525 1.8 GHz dual-core processor
- 1 MB L2 Cache, 2.5 GT/s DMI, Supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology 2 GB DDR3 RAM
- 500 GB SATA 2.5-inch hard drive
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Fully functional PC in a Keyboard!This Diablotek U310 combines a 104-key keyboard and a computer in one sleek device. Inside this keyboard is a powerful Intel Atom D525 1.8 GHz dual-core processor, 2 GB of DDR3 RAM and a 500 GB 2.5-inch hard drive! Plus, Ubuntu Linux operating system is pre-installed so you can get to work right away! With 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN, connecting to a wireless or wired network is a breeze! The onboard Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 and Azalia audio codec with two built-in speakers delivers an impressive video experience and high fidelity sound. USB 2.0, serial and audio ports are provided for easy connection to a wide variety of PC peripherals including an external DVD or CD drive! A USB mouse is included. Just connect this Keyboard PC to a VGA monitor and you're ready for fast computing! Order this All-in-One Diablotek U310 Atom D525 1.8 GHz Keyboard PC today!
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The documentation is minimal (read almost non-existent) but the system is pretty intuitive. Speaking of lacking documentation, you need a password to bring the system on line and nowhere do they tell you what it is. Luckily I read the comments here before starting and thanks to one of you commentators I knew the password is "password". Thanks!
I've spent most of my computing time in the Apple world (First computer was an Apple II+, then an Apple II GS, and then a number of Mackintoshes to my present mini-mac). However I'm not happy with where Apple is going today. I have and do, occasionally work in a dos (Windows) environment when I have no other choice. Hence I wanted to explore the linux environment and thought this Diablotek U310 would be good and relatively inexpensive way to do it.
So that's where I'm coming from when I say that overall I'm quite pleased with the speed and stability of this platform.
I did upgrade the system to Ubuntu 12.04, took about 4 hours all in all.
This rig does have it's quirks and problems but I'm quite satisfied with it for the price.
It doesn't recognize my wi-fi printer (lexmark) but that's a software problem, that found many people have after a quick perusal of the Ubuntu forums . I got around it by linking my printer to the Google Cloud and I can now send documents to the printer fine, -even if they do have to go out over the net, all the way to California and back here to Alaska.
For most of the things I want to do word processing, web surfing, photo editing, etc., I've found programs in this environment that do what I want as well and as fast as those on my Mac. I've had no problems porting data back and forth between the two platforms.
Overall the U310 is quite fast but downloading music from a CD takes forever compared to my Mac. I'm not sure if that's due to software or hardware.
Running a CD/DVD read and write player: Through a USB hub it wouldn't work but plugged directly in to one of the computer's USB ports it works fine.
One semi-major quirk/problem: When I play music on this computer, it looses it's wi-fi connection and so far, I've had to re-boot to re-established it. I suspect this is hardware rather than software.
So overall I'm quite pleased with this purchase and Amazon's handling of it.
OK having said the above, now, in early April the computer failed, screen and keyboard locked up. None the less, considering the cost I'm not too unhappy and I was able to satisfy my aim in purchasing it, I did find I can comfortably move from the Macintosh to Linux environment.
Cons: Blue LEDs are BRIGHT!, could use more USB ports, built-in speakers are a little weak, OpenGL support is decidedly lacking
My previous HTPC died due to blown caps on the mobo. I chose this device as a replacement primarily to cut my power consumption; a reduction from 620W to less than 60W for the whole system. I also purchased the Orico 6648USJ3-BK 4 Bay drive dock to nest my data drives. The TV tuners come next and will be the final part to replacing the entire system.
So far, this PC has served beautifully. It is also a true 64-bit PC and _can_ boot from an external drive. DVD playback from an external drive is flawless under MythTV as is video file playback. MythTV supports OpenGL rendering for video playback and I do NOT recommend trying this option with this PC. OpenGL video playback on larger screens is choppy at best. However, OpenGL isn't at all lost on this device. As a FreeCAD user, rendering and moving the generated models in the workspace is reasonably smooth. For what most would consider a low-end PC, this device is sufficient for the hobby engineer when using a lightweight OS like Linux.
Sound, when pumped through external speakers, is excellent; the internal speakers are OK if that is all you have but external speakers are a must with this system.
The Orico dock works quite well with this PC. Data transfer rates are excellent over the USB 2.0 connections; good enough to handle large file transfers to a drive while watching video from a different drive. If you choose to purchase a similar dock, you will find the same issue I found: You can not simply reboot the PC. You must shut it down to get the PC recognize the drives at boot time.
I am very happy with this purchase and am considering purchasing a second unit to keep as backup for my main PC.
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