Asus J3455M-E is here and it is first motherboard to be powered by Intel Celeron J3455 processor that is based on Apollo Lake architecture. Priced at mere 107 dollars, Asus J3455M-E’s processor runs between 1.5 to 2.3 GHz and packs four cores. It offers 2 MB cache and Intel HD graphics card 500 operating between 250-750 Mhz at TDP of 10 Watts.
Asus J3455M-E does not make use of any active ventilation solution but it has a simple, but large enough, passive heatsink caps on the processor.
The menu offers two bright classic DDR3 memory slots which according to Asus, make it possible to climb the solution to 16GB. Problem, according to the Celeron Info Intel, the processor does not support more than 8 GB. This would not be the first time that the indication of a technical limitation processor memory is not true at Intel. It is more, there, of statements designed to “steer” the manufacturers and the market that real limitations. To see the use. The storage will, in turn, provided by two very traditional SATA ports.
Connectivity is good: A Gigabit Ethernet port, a VGA port, HDMI, four USB ports, two USB 3.0, one parallel port and three audio jacks. We find the same PS / 2 ports for mouse and keyboard. The machine also has two USB and USB 3.0 ports, a COM port and the usual elements frame the connection on the motherboard. No Wifi but a PCIe slot integrated 2 × 0 is present to add a card. No date or price yet but we will keep you updated on that.
Posted by Kamaldeep Singh on September 27, 2016
in Technology News