Thursday, March 19th 2020

BIOSTAR Announces the A68N-2100K SoC Motherboard

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today announces the A68N-2100K SoC motherboard that comes with an in-built AMD E1-6010 Processor. Throughout many decades, BIOSTAR has been revered as one of the best manufacturers of robust, highly reliable motherboards with a wide array of models on both Intel and AMD platforms to choose from and a plethora of supplementary components catering to many user preferences globally.

Modern technology meets sleek, refined form factor as BIOSTAR's A68N-2100K SoC Mini-ITX motherboard is unveiled to the world with an inbuilt AMD E1-6010 Processor and support for AMD Radeon R2 Graphics.
Designed with daily content consumers in mind, the BIOSTAR A68N-2100K SoC motherboard is made to be the best bang for the buck SoC motherboard amongst its competitors, equipped with 2 DIMMs of cost-efficient DDR3 Memory that offers better bandwidth at a lower operating voltage, HDMI 4K2K port that expresses bright and highly detailed content, SATA III 6 Gbps port that provides higher bandwidth, super-speed data transfer rates which is 2x faster than the SATA 3G, and USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB that delivers compelling performance boost with speeds up to 5 Gbps built to be backwards compatible with all existing USB devices making the A68N-2100K motherboard an ideal choice for people who like to watch TV shows and movies online such as YouTube or Netflix or listen to music and play some games.

One of the best advantages of the A68N-2100K SoC motherboard is its fanless cooling system which provides ample a cooling for its powerful Beema Core AMD processor making way for a sleek, silent PC build that is less of a dust magnet adding up to its longevity and in turn makes it a highly lucrativeinvestment for consumers on a budget. It is also worth mentioning that even though this product is mainly targeted for budget PC builds, BIOSTAR has spared no expense when it comes to its packaging as the A68N-2100K SoC motherboard comes in a packaging that would make even its high end rivals feel envious.

All in all the BIOSTAR A68N-2100K SoC motherboard has kept up with the international standard that BIOSTAR is renowned for with their SoC motherboard range and looks to provide casual users like students a budget-friendly motherboard that takes away the added costs for additional components like the processor, cooling fan etc. with this amazing integrated motherboard with a sleek space-saving form factor fitting for a small organized dorm room or a home workstation as a cost-efficient, highly reliable, long-lasting product.

The BIOSTAR A68N-2100K is equipped with 1x PS/2 Mouse, 1x PS/2 Keyboard, 1x VGA Port, 1x HDMI Port, 1x GbE LAN Port, 2x USB 3.2 (Gen1) Ports, 2x USB 2.0 Ports and 3x Audio Jack in the rear I/O panel.
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13 Comments on BIOSTAR Announces the A68N-2100K SoC Motherboard

#1
Ferrum Master
Pretty strange they gimped the pcie slot for WIFI card... it is pretty needed for devices like this.
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Chloe Price
I'm wondering how much Biostar has ancient crap lying around since they release new obsolete products one after another? Wasn't too long ago when they released a H61 motherboard... Yeah, a motherboard with 9 years old chipset.
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#3
Flanker
Chloe Price
I'm wondering how much Biostar has ancient crap lying around since they release new obsolete products one after another? Wasn't too long ago when they released a H61 motherboard... Yeah, a motherboard with 9 years old chipset.
9 Years? Geeeez
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#4
dj-electric
Its nice of BIOSTAR that even in those hard times they still try and make us laugh.
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#5
rrwards
Chloe Price
I'm wondering how much Biostar has ancient crap lying around since they release new obsolete products one after another? Wasn't too long ago when they released a H61 motherboard... Yeah, a motherboard with 9 years old chipset.
This dang processor is like 6 years old too (04/29/2014 = 2152 days old via NotebookCheck). This is them just shoveling back stocked garbage to consumers. You can buy off lease optiplex desktops with i5-2500S, 8GB RAM, power supplies, and a 500gb hard drive for $50-75 bucks on ebay. No price announced from Biostar, but if this is anything more than $30, it's a joke.
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Chloe Price
rrwards
This dang processor is like 6 years old too (04/29/2014 = 2152 days old via NotebookCheck). This is them just shoveling back stocked garbage to consumers. You can buy off lease optiplex desktops with i5-2500S, 8GB RAM, power supplies, and a 500gb hard drive for $50-75 bucks on ebay. No price announced from Biostar, but if this is anything more than $30, it's a joke.
And you can make a lightweight gaming PC from those old office PCs.. this with an obsolete APU which was slow even when released, is just insane.
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#7
GeorgeMan
I welcome you to new year 2014!
DDR3? VGA? Pretty new tech!

...oh and did you all folks know?
SATA III 6 Gbps port that provides higher bandwidth, super-speed data transfer rates which is 2x faster than the SATA 3G
Yes! Now my soul can rest in peace... :banghead:
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#8
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
This is for ITX/HTPC/NAS builds. Better than just wasting them i suppose, there are people who will buy them like the rx590gme cards...
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Chloe Price
eidairaman1
This is for ITX/HTPC/NAS builds. Better than just wasting them i suppose, there are people who will buy them like the rx590gme cards...
It's far more better option to just use something existing for that purpose, a slow dual-core APU like this struggles even with normal desktop usage.
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Valantar
eidairaman1
This is for ITX/HTPC/NAS builds. Better than just wasting them i suppose, there are people who will buy them like the rx590gme cards...
ITX? Yes. HTPC? No, it lacks modern codec support. NAS? Who builds a DIY NAS with two SATA ports?

I'd guess this is for internet kiosk/PoS usage and similar low-budget low-load uses. Possibly extremely low-budget office PCs. But most likely just as a drop-in replacement for existing gear of similar performance that's failing due to age.
BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices
Oh, Biostar, you crack me up :roll:
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Valantar
ITX? Yes. HTPC? No, it lacks modern codec support. NAS? Who builds a DIY NAS with two SATA ports?

I'd guess this is for internet kiosk/PoS usage and similar low-budget low-load uses. Possibly extremely low-budget office PCs. But most likely just as a drop-in replacement for existing gear of similar performance that's failing due to age.


Oh, Biostar, you crack me up :roll:
I've seen kiosks run on raspberry pis lol, this is definitely them just trying to kick out old stock.
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#12
Valantar
rrwards
I've seen kiosks run on raspberry pis lol, this is definitely them just trying to kick out old stock.
Obviously they can, but for anything already deployed on hardware similar to this that would mean switching to a different OS and recompiling any software used for it, if not buying new licences, and configuring and troubleshooting everything again.
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