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It shouldn't matter if it's marketed for office use. If it has the specs you need, which it sounds like it does, it should work fine for your use case. Double check that it has any ports that are essential for you before purchasing. You may want to consider a fanless design which would be silent, as you mentioned noise is an issue. The performance may be ...


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GPD is THE brand for such toys. But your list of requirements I think isn't realistic (and in a way not even relevant.) Even normal big laptops don't usually match those specs so why would you look for them in a miny device and then expect it shouldn't even be overly hot... (And TBH, comparing to the RCA Voyager Pro which has 1 GB RAM why are you looking ...


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A Raspberry Pi or Intel NUC would be your best bets. You would have to purchase a HAT or USB GSM module for the Pi. The NUC will accept the USB version.


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Take a look at the Udoo Bolt or their other products. Basically that's an x86 SBC with proper RAM slots. Edit: I forgot about dual Ethernet requirement. You could possibly go for a USB 3.0 adapter if it's acceptable.


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You can check the specification below to build a PC Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3400G ( CPU Cores: 4; Threads: 8; GPU Cores: 11; Base Clock: 3.7GHz; Max Boost Clock: 4.2 GHz; Memory Channels: 2) $145 Motherboard: Gigabyte B450M-S2H (CPU: AMD Ryzen; Chipset: AMD B450; Memory: 2 x DDR4, Max. 32 GB; 3 x PCI Express slots) $70 RAM: G.Skill RIPJAWS-V 8GB 2666bus ...


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Atomic Pi, ~$35 on Amazon. Runs an Atom X5 Z3850 CPU (quadcore, with 2GB of RAM, and 16GB SSD), very energy efficient. Good for Linux, not Windows.


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