The InfinityCube v9 has a small footprint (22 x 28 x 26 cm, not quite a cube!), making it ideal for several use-cases. It has the makings of an awesome living room PC (just add Steam Big Picture and Kodi), a developer / professional video workstation or a fantastic 1440p gaming rig. Or in the case of many users, all of the above.
Despite its size, Tuxedo crams in some powerful components.
The baseline unit starts at 831 Euros and includes a six-core Intel Core i5 8400, 8GB of RAM and a 250GB m.2 Samsung 860 EVO SSD. On the Linux OS side of things, you can have Tuxedo pre-install Ubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie or a few different flavors of openSUSE. If you want to take things into your own hands, there’s nothing here that would prevent you from comfortably using any other Linux distro. …
The First Boot
That first interaction with a new OS is an important one so let me touch on what to expect when you power up the Infinity Cube.
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