A rumble in the distance
A pilot soars overhead. His aircraft speeds above cities and country, and a pounding boom erupts soon after. Focused on his objective, he expertly handles controls of finest precision. Painstaking design and calibration surround him, leaving nothing to error, and nothing to distract.
Few machines are made with such craft – even fewer are built to utilize full expertise. Those that aren’t prototypes or put on display are reserved for the finest operators: men and women who lead by example, who are called on without hesitation, who know each nuance of their tools.
Few machines are made like the Centurion Nano – honed, refined, waiting for you to take flight.
Streamlining the superior
When you need to run circles around deadlines, the Nano will help you race around the world. The Nano starts with an Intel i5-7200U, and can be upgraded to an i7-7500U. Coupled with 8 to 16GB of RAM, efficient thermal design, and dual-core hyperthreading, both Kaby Lake CPUs will turn any task to full throttle. Throw in storage options that range up to 1TB SSDs, and your output will soar high and set the course for others.
Absolute luxury, astonishing performance
Though made for the redline, the Nano is ready for the showroom floor. Artistic slopes of the strong aluminum case are tailored to touch, and a matte 13.3” 1080P HD screen will present your work with peak clarity. The clickpad is generous and responsive, and the silky, backlit keyboard welcomes prolonged typing. Combined with a 7 hour battery life and whisper-silent cooling, your Nano will have just gotten warmed up when others start reaching for power cords.
Feather-light and fully equipped
Though weighing 3 pounds (1.36 kg), the Nano can be called on in any situation. The Nano provides two USB 3.0 ports, one USB-C port, a full-size HDMI port, and an SD/MMC reader. With slotted RAM (max 32GB, single DIMM only), a replaceable network adapter, and an easily removed bottom panel, upgrades are as easy as connecting a second screen.
You won’t find us removing keys, closing ports, and locking away the internals in the name of courage – you’ll just find everything you need in a bottom-panel that’s 3/8” (9.5mm) thick.
A step ahead, a storied rise
There’s nothing worse than great hardware being crushed by bloat or weakened by dysfunctional upgrades. We refuse to rob the Nano’s potential, which is why it runs Linux, an open-source project that supercharges even the most basic systems.
The Nano runs Alpha OS, a Linux operating system that is stable, stylish, and secure and supports an optional coreboot firmware. With countless programs at your fingertips and the command line a keystroke away, you can develop, remote in, or give direction within moments. With security experts and top-notch coders building Linux, system updates will never bog you down or leave you exposed.
Starting at $699, the Centurion Nano gives state of the art for off-the-shelf prices. When you need to be at-the-ready, the Nano will help you take flight.