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Maverick Modular Computer with a dual- or single-core 64-bit, x86-based processor supported by the 780E North-Bridge and SB710 South-Bridge chipsets, with dual 2560 x 1600 display outputs.


Primary I/O Board General Specs:

  • eSATA 3.0, 2.5 and 1.5 support
  • USB 2.0 support
  • PMC Optical Interface
  • Significant TCO savings vs. standard PCs
  • Internal Storage: 16GB m-SATA SSD (up to 128GB) SSD Quick Boot (Linux or windows) TPM chips optional

External Connectors:

  • 2 – eSATA 2.5 Ports
  • 6 – USB 2.0 Ports (root hubs)
  • 3 – Reconfigurable audio channels (1-3, Microphone, Headphone and/or Line-in/Line-out)

Internal Connectors:

  • 1 – USB 2.0 Connector
  • 1 – Fan Connector


Secondary I/O Board General Specs: patented Maverick building block approach. This allows the machine to be easily attached to virtually any surface, easily mounted in standard server racks, or embedded within a variety of larger systems. DISCOVER THE POWER OF M For a complete list of specs on the Maverick Modular Computer ( M Series model), see the reverse side of this data sheet or visit at to learn more about the benefits of the Maverick Modular Computer and the Maverick Computer Architecture.

Different By Design

The cube-like Maverick Modular™ Computer is clearly different than any other computer on the planet. And yet, the differences extend deeper than just its incredibly small size and unique shape. In fact, we started over when it came to designing the Maverick Modular Computer, an effort that gave birth to the Maverick Computer architecture. This entirely new computer standard allowed us to take the classic motherboard and break in into three significantly smaller, yet interconnected boards: the CPU board and two I/O boards.

Amazingly Adaptable

When joined together in a block-U shape, these three boards provide robust computing functionality with a twist. Specifically, they can be easily replaced, update and/or upgraded. This “building block” approach not only provides the basis for the term modular computer, but it also makes it possible to extend the useful life of the Maverick Modular Computer to six, eight, or even 10 years instead of today’s standard of 3-5 years.

Enormously Economical

The result is significantly lower acquisition costs over time, especially over a 5- to 10- year period. Additionally, the Maverick Modular Computer M series model only needs 20 Watts* of power to operate, a mere 20 % or less of the electrical requirements of most computers. Such low power needs make the Maverick Modular Computer (M Series Model) one of the most eco-friendly or green computers on Earth. This combination of lower electricity usage and significantly lower acquisition costs creates an incomparably low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership).

Powerful Performance

Economy does not mean you sacrifice performance, however, as the Maverick Modular Computer (M Series Model) is powered by a dual-core AMD processor running at either 2.2 GHz or 1.8GHz that launches the latest version of Windows® in less than 25 seconds. In fact, the optimized design of the Maverick Modular Computer means that owners will see similar, if not improved, performance when using any x86-based operating system.

Stylishly Small

The irresistibly small, sleek casing of the Maverick Modular Computer creates a tiny, yet eye-catching footprint on any desktop. You can even swap out the original casing for one of a different color altogether. The casing also uses the

  • Support for a wide range of authentication and access gateway solutions to protect important information
  • Each password generated is valid only for a short amount of time (60/30 sec), providing greater security
  • Certified with CE and FCC


  • Easily modifiable & upgradable
  • Extended useful life (6-10 years)
  • Extremely low energy use (20 Watts*)
  • Significant TCO savings vs. standard PCs
  • Incredibly small footprint
  • Runs x86-based operating systems & software
  • Ideal for desktop enterprises & embedded applications