Utilite, a miniature fanless computer developed by andersDX in a joint effort with CompuLab, features Freescale’s i.MX6 quad-core processors based on ARM Cortex-A9 technology. The computer, which employs 1080p graphics, has two versions: Utilite Pro with a 1.2-GHz quad-core CPU and SATA 32-Gbyte solid-state drive (SSD), and Utilite Standard with a dual-core 1-GHz CPU and microSD 8-Gbyte storage. Both incorporate 2-Gbyte DDR-3-1066 memory, and will support an internal mSATA SSD module of up to 512 Gbytes. A front-panel microSD socket supports SDXC up to 128 Gbytes. HDMI 1.4 and DVI-D ports support up to 1920-by-1200 resolution and can operate in dual-head mode. HDMI and S/PDIF supply 5.1 channel audio; standard 3.5-mm jacks provide stereo line-out and line-in. For networking, there are two Gigabit Ethernet ports, and built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules. Also included are four USB 2.0 ports, a micro-USB OTG connector, and a mini connector RS-232. Power consumption is 4 to 8 W, depending on current activity and load, from an unregulated 10- to 16-V power supply. The device can run on Android or Linux operating systems.