Cetrix Milena u-Series represents a new breed of mobile computers that are light, slim, fast and highly versatile with many connectivities, processing and storage options for the most demanding mobility applications in various fields.
Equipped for The Most Demanding Tasks
Milena 15u is equipped with a Full HD IPS display, up to 32GB of DDR4 memory, SATA3.x and PCIe Gen3 storage interface, Intel 4th Gen Ultra-fast AC WiFi, USB 3.1, Bluetooth 4.2, options for 3G and 4G broadband, standard security features like TPM 2.0, Intel PTT and Kensington lock are just some of the high-grade features of Milena 15u.
Introduced in the same month as the ‘Kaby Lake’ and building on the U-Series of Intel’s 7th generation processors using only 15W of power and including Intel® HD 620 GPU with fast 4K UHD graphics, Milena u-Series was designed to get the most out of the leading edge technologies embedded into the Kaby Lake processors in a small laptop.
Ultra-fast and Simple Communication
Milena 15u embodies the fastest wireless chip in the market as a standard feature. The Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 delivers up to 3x faster Wi-Fi speeds (up to 867 Mbps) than 802.11n, with up to 3x more bandwidth per stream for more users and devices. It includes Dual mode Bluetooth® 4.2 that enables BR/EDR-Low Energy devices to act as a BT Smart Hub and peripheral at the same time.
With full support for Windows® 10 with Intel® WiDi and HCI drivers, you can now stream movies, videos, games, photos, connect with friends, and more with Milena 15u like never before.
Advanced, Convenient Design
All the power and advanced features of Milena 15u are meticulously packed in a slim, stylish shell that is 22.8mm thin. That is not the end of Milena 15u’s capabilities. A Full Size backlit keyboard with numeric keys and a lineup of accessories like Docking Station, MSR and fingerprint scanners, Mini Projector, Portable Soundbar and Hi-Fi Headphone, and designer backpack and carry case complement this advanced and affordable 15.6” laptop from Cetrix.
Launch Date: January 2017