Not so long ago we tested a mini-PC called Gole1. And it seemed one of the most interesting mini PC. Now, the company Gole launches a new computer called Gole2.
Gole2 will initially be available through crowdfunding. The campaign launched on the website Indiegogo.
Gole2 is a miniature desktop computer with an amusing aluminum body and front-facing camera. But it lacks the display as the first model, so this model is actually not so different from dozens of other models on the market.
There are several things that still distinguish Gole2: Yes battery 2,600 mAh, which allows the computer to stay on even when it is disconnected from the wall outlet. The system comes in two versions: a model with Windows 10 and Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Cherry Trail and 4 GB of RAM, and there’s an Android model with a processor Allwinner A64 and 2GB of RAM.
Both versions are equipped with 32 GB of memory EMMC, HDMI 1.4, and a headphone Jack, two USB 2.0 ports, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 4.0, and 10/100 Ethernet. There’s also a place for 2.5-inch drive inside the enclosure. But if you want to add more memory, a slot for microSD cards for removable storage.
Model for Windows also has a USB 3.0 port. Both models have microphone, loudspeaker and 5-megapixel camera 90-degree wide-angle lens.
the Android model actually works with Phoenix OS which is a special version of the mobile operating system from Google, designed to make the software much more similar to desktop OS.
During the campaign crowdfunding of product prices starts from 69 $ for the model Gole2 with Phoenix OS and 114 $ for the model Windows. In the future they will cost 99 $ 144 and$ , respectively.
the Computer should begin shipping in December.
Author: Stepan Mazur
Original photo: liliputing