The U.S. based Mini PC manufacturer Azulle continues to push the envelope with their latest release – The Inspire. Becoming one of the market leaders for the mini PC market, Azulle is ready to take on the Intel NUC.
“Graphic designers, video producers, ﬁnance and accounting professionals will ﬁnd the Inspire moves ahead of the competition on nearly every performance point.” -Khurram Bukhari, Marketing Director. “With similar specs at a better price point, our goal is to provide the customers a powerful Mini PC that competes with the Intel NUC on every level”
Azulle will offer the Inspire with four variant processors:
- Quad-Core Intel Apollo Lake J4205
- Dual-Core Intel Kaby Lake i3-7100U
- Dual-Core Intel Kaby Lake i5-7200U
- Dual-Core Intel Kaby Lake i7-7500U
Storage / RAM
Like the NUC, The Inspire is a barebones system. It comes with a customizable board that is ready to accept the memory, storage and operating systems of your choice. For storage, you can use an M.2 card and or a 2.5 SSD or HDD. For RAM, you can take it up to 32 GB DDR4 for the i3,i5,i7 and 8 GB for the Apollo Lake J4205.
Streaming 4K with the Inspire
The Inspire comes with a GPU Intel HD 620. Which is capable of rendering many of the popular games and watching movies with 4K streaming.
Connect with the Inspire
The Inspire comes equipped with a Ethernet LAN connection (Gigabit) in addition to Dual Band Wifi (2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz), providing wider bandwidth and less interference. Stay connected with Bluetooth 4.0 providing improved technology that supports everyday gadgets stay paired longer while using less power. In addition, Bluetooth 4.0 empowers a new class of gadgets such as ﬁtness trackers, medical devices, key fobs for your car, and even home lighting controls. The Inspire also comes with an IR remote that helps with powering the device on and off.
The Inspire pushes the limits with a multi-port layout. “We stay true to our company tagline of Technology Inspired by Real People as we designed the Inspire with the feedback of our loyal customers”- Khurram Bukhari. “The number of ports, the type of ports and their layout is designed for all type of users, whether it be a graphic designer or an enterprise”. The Inspire comes with a display port and HDMI port that offer 4k at 60 frames per second. A serial port, DB-9 connector along with a 3 USB (3.0) ports and 1 Type-C port. You can also use the Micro SD card slot for up to 256 GB.
Various Uses for the Inspire
In the case of performing fast turning kicks in the latest games, rendering illustrations for 3D printing, previewing edits of life-like high-affect CGI motion pictures, or performing business intelligence analysis on big-data sets, the compact Inspire is a truly muscular centerpiece of any computing platform. Easily use Adobe Illustrator, QuickBooks, AutoCAD, and many more software applications with the Azulle Inspire.
Pricing and Availability
The Inspire will is now available on Azulletech.com and Amazon. Pricing for this new Inspire PC starts at $269.99 and for that you get the Intel Kaby Lake i3 version. The Intel Kaby Lake i5 model costs $334.99 and the top of the range Intel Kaby Lake i7 costs $449.99. You can find out more information about this new Azulle Inspire Barebones PC over at Azulletech at the link below.
***Inspire i7 units are shipped with an external cooling fan.
A U.S. based technology company that came together based on the principle that technology should be more accessible and fulﬁll the various needs of people. What started as a small group of individuals in 2013 with a single product is now becoming one of the fastest growing major PC companies in the world. How did they do that? The Azulle team worked closely with their customers and learned about their day-to-day challenges and obstacles, which helped in developing effective solutions that make technology simpler and easier to use. With the support and loyalty of their customers, Azulle continues to grow across all geographies and customer segments for mini PCs, PC sticks, and accessories.
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