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A new entry in the rapidly expanding tiny computer market will give you a 2" × 2" × 2" cube-shaped machine that runs Android and Linux-based operating systems.CuBox-i, from the Israeli company SolidRun, comes in four configurations ranging in price from $45 to $120. They all use i.MX6 Cortex-A9 ARM processors with speeds of 1GHz, ranging from one core to four cores. DDR3 memory ranges from 512MB to 2GB. CuBox-i computers can be pre-ordered now with shipments scheduled to begin in late November.SolidRun said in an announcement today that the "latest versions of [the] Linux kernel and several of its distributions" are supported, as well as XBMC Media Center and Android 4.2.2. HDMI 1080p output Multi format hardware video decoding and encoding engine Integrated video image processing unit OpenGL|ES 2.0 GPU OpenCL 1.1 embedded profile support* 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet (Gigabit only on higher-end models) Two powered USB-2.0 host interfaces eSata 3Gbps* Infra-red receiver Infra-red transmitter* Optical audio SPDIF out MicroSD for operating system storage Micro-USB* WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth* Built-in Real Time Clock with battery backup**high end models