We made some huge changes this past month, and wouldn’t be surprised if you had to double check the URL at some point. We updated the site’s layout, revamped the forums, and put more information at your fingertips on the Litebook product page.
Of all our changes, the biggest of all was adding the Litebox and Centurion. You’ve helped us make the Litebook a success, and we wanted to see how else our beautiful, capable, and inexpensive hardware could suit your needs. We’ve learned a lot from the launch of the Litebook and have made several improvements with our newest products including the use of Hardware that doesn’t require additional drivers.
Like the Litebook, the Litebox brings tons of potential for a fraction of what others charge. It runs Linux and elementary OS, includes a highly efficient Intel Celeron CPU with integrated graphics, and has 4GB of RAM. The Litebox starts with a 500GB hard drive, and can be ordered with up to a Terabyte of storage, 8GBs of ram and an Intel i5 processor. It also includes HDMI and DisplayPort connectivity, three USB 3.0 ports, and a high-quality aluminum case.
For $249, the Litebox has gaming, home theater, and everyday use written all over it. Kodi, Steam, and your favorite web browser were made for this!
We decided to take a more direct approach with the Centurion. While the Litebook is mobile and the Litebox is playful, the Centurion is pure power. It boasts a dual-core Intel i7 with a maximum clock rate of 3.0 GHz, 8GB of RAM, a full-size keyboard, and a 15.6” 1080P HD screen. It also comes with a 1TB hard drive, 3 USB ports (1 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0), HDMI and VGA ports, and an onboard SD card reader.
Best of all, all that power and capability is given without the weight. The Centurion’s case is largely made of durable aluminum, and won’t be taken down by drops, knocks, and other dangers of traveling. We’re starting this product at $429, less than double the Litebook’s cost for all that extra strength.