Like mushrooms after rain: another candy bar is presented on the Russian processor and with the Russian OS

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Last week we told you that the Russian electronics manufacturer, Edelweiss, together with the developer of the Alt operating system family, Basalt SPO, presented a monoblock computer with a touch screen based on the domestic Baikal-M processor operating under the control of a domestic OS.

But now let’s talk about another, but in general, almost the same candy bar on a Russian processor and with a Russian OS – GRAVITON M50B. This model was created within the walls of the 3Logic Group scientific and technical center. The monoblock received a 23.8-inch IPS-display with a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a Baikal BE-M1000 processor. This chip has eight ARM Cortex A57 cores and is capable of operating at clock speeds up to 1.5 GHz.

Provides up to 32 GB of RAM, up to two 2.5-inch HDD / SSD SATA drives and a PCI-e / SATA M.2 solid state drive. There are a couple of 3W speakers, a 2-megapixel webcam, four USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.1, a microphone / headphone combo, HDMI output, and VGA and RJ-45 connectors. The novelty runs under the operating system Astra Linux Special Edition release Novorossiysk version 4.2.

And last week, the flagship smartphone Sony Xperia 5 II was completely declassified.

Source: 3Logic Group

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