Back in July, we told you all about Compulab's Utilite, a $99 mini-PC designed to run either Android or Ubuntu Linux atop a Freescale i.MX6 processor. We were pretty intrigued by the machine, especially given the small dimensions (5.3" x 3.9" x 0.8") and the wealth of connectivity options.
Ready to order? Well, be prepared to wait a while. Compulab quotes a lead time of six weeks for the top-of-the-line build and seven weeks for the Standard and Value configs. That means you can expect your Utilite in mid-November at the earliest.
Oh well. At least it should arrive in time for Christmas.
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