Hmmm, I thought I can defer the putting-it-together part to my next life... But I see there are possible ways to get a box assembled, e.g. http://www.avadirect.com/mini-pc-configurator.asp?PRID=23280 (boiling down to under $500 when changing some items).
Coming from the Mac world, I'm just worried that some parts don't play nicely together, plus wondering if all of the components will be supported by Linux? How does the Atom compare against SandyBridge in heavy audio applications?
In the meantime, I figured that the Z-Box ID82 would be the price and performance range, it seems though that they are just on the market, so probably no one has used them in production, yet.
On 30 May 2012, at 16:57, Egor Sanin wrote:
> If you are not adverse to buying components and building a system, I
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