Pantera Pico PC Is a Powerful Beast in a Tiny Cubic Form Factor

A mini-PC with Ubuntu support, an optional docking station, and is powered by the most popular Intel Celeron J4125 processor.

The Pantera Pico PC is a new mini-PC that combines form factor, design, and next-gen computing. With the growing market for Pico PCs, decided to launch the Pantera Pico PC. Among other mini-PCs, including Chuwi LarkBox, GMK NucBox, or Xiaomi Ningmei Cube, the Pico PC might show some exciting features — perhaps most notably that it's certified to run on Ubuntu, unlike the rest.

The Pantera Pico PC is powered by an Intel Celeron J4125 quad-core processor that can clock up to 2.3 GHz, which is popular in mini-PCs. It is coupled with 8GB LPDDR4 memory, just like GMK NucBox. Additionally, the device comes with Dual Band Wi-Fi 2.4Ghz/5Ghz 422Mbs, HDMI2.0 port, and up to 512GB eMMC 5.1 storage. The mini-PC measures about 2.4 inches, yet comes with 4 USB ports (3x USB3.0, 1x USB2.0). For an optional SSD, it has an M.2 2242 slot.

The company officially says that the Pantera Pico PC comes with a pre-installed Windows 10 OS and supports Ubuntu and Linux operating systems. One of the unique features includes an optional docking station. demonstrated the XDO Xentaur portable entertainment dock, which will help in powering the model, but there is a USB Type-C port as well.

The Pantera Pico PC is already listed on Indiegogo and will be available for pre-order starting December 8. There is an early bird discount to save up to 40% off the retail price.

Abhishek Jadhav
Abhishek Jadhav is an engineering student, freelance tech writer, RISC-V Ambassador, and leader of the Open Hardware Developer Community.
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