BIOSTAR introduced us to the iDEQ-T1 concept a couple of months ago and now it’s been finalized and announced. The mini computer is built around a mITX motherboard but still features enough power for most office or media tasks, including a Karaoke function.
The 800gram heavy system is built around Intel’s Bay Trail Celeron N2940 quad-core processor with Intel Gen7 display which can pump out up to 2560×1440 resolution displays with DirectX 11. The system supports up to 16GB 1333MHz DDR3L memory and comes with built-in Gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi, USB 3 and HDMI – anything you need to connect it.
The iDEQ-T1 also comes with “Hi-Fi K-Bar” software that turns the system into a karaoke machine. The K-BAR software package is an easy-to-use interface that provides a “Karaoke Mode” so that you can sing along anytime, anywhere. Plus with the Magic Voice Mode you can produce multiple sound effects for lots of karaoke fun.
It has BIOSTAR’s BIOS Super Rescue Function as well as BIO-Remote 2 Technology and Charger Booster Technology.
No word on availability yet, but a few shops have started to list it as pre-order option starting at £119.90.
Thanks to BIOSTAR for providing us with this information