DEPO Computers released a monoblock with a Russian processor and iMac design

It is equipped with an optical drive and an SSD drive up to 4 TB. At the Softline conference "Import substitution cannot be cancelled", the Russian company DEPO Computers presented the Neos MA 522 monoblock. It was developed on a fully domestic element base and is equipped with the Baikal-M processor.

 

The chip itself is made by 28-nanometer process technology and includes eight Cortex A57 cores with a frequency of up to 1.5 GHz. The graphics - Mali-T628. Its production is established on the capacities of the Taiwan factory TSMC, as in Russia there are no companies capable of producing such solutions.

 

The design of the monoblock remotely resembles an iMac. It has a 21.5-inch display with 1920×1080 pixels and a pair of built-in speakers with 3 watts each. There is also a 2 megapixel webcam with a curtain protector. Among the available interfaces: two USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, two PS/2 and RJ45, a card reader and three audio jacks. There is also an optical drive.

 

The Neos MA 522 has up to 64GB of RAM. A 2.5-inch SATA SSD-drive has a capacity up to 4 TB depending on the version.

 

Prices of modifications and terms of appearance of the monoblock on the Russian market are not specified, but it is known that DEPO Neos MA 522 will be available both for state organizations, for which it was originally created, and for private companies.

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