Custom PC builder Mike Schropp who recently launched his Mini Lego computer priced from $999 and up depending on your choice of hardware.
Has this week launched a new system in the form of the Micro Lego Computer that is priced a little more affordably from $599 and up and has been built to be both stackable and modular.
The mini PC measures 5 x 5 x 4 inches in size and is equipped with an Intel NUC mini-computer and finished with a case constructed from Lego bricks. Powered by an Intel Core i3 Broadwell processor supported by 4GB of RAM together with 128GB of solid state storage for $599.
The mini PC also includes connectivity via 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 with further options available for faster processors in the form of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 together with up to 16GB of RAM if required.
For more details on the very unique Lego mini PC jump over to the official Total Geek Dom website via the link below, with purchasing options and hardware specifications available.Filed Under: Hardware, Top News