With Intel’s latest 5th generation Core i processors, Digital Age Solution’s Mara Next PC’s offer the fastest and smallest computers. Built on Intel’s Next Unit Computing design, Digital Age Solution builds these computers on-demand at its shop in Frederick, Maryland.
The latest processors provide a lot of speed. They are literally gaming computers you can carry in your pocket.
You can choose from a 5th generation Core i5 or Core i3 processor. Standard units come with 8GB of DDR3 memory, but can be upgraded to 16GB of memory. Standard systems feature a 250GB solid state drive for storage.
Mini-HDMI and Mini DisplayPort provide high definition graphics and 7.1 surround audio. Each system offers 4 USB 3.0 ports. A headphone/microphone jack is available on the front of the unit.
Network connectivity is robust on the systems. A gigabit ethernet port provides wired connectivity. Wireless-AC, Bluetooth 4, and Intel Wireless Display come standard.
Each computer measures approximately 4.5″ x 4.3″ x 1.3″. They can be mounted on any VESA mountable monitor with included hardware.
The Standard Mara Next Core i3 2015 with 8GB of memory and 250GB of solid state storage can be purchased for $700 from Digital Age Solution.
The Standard Mara Next Core i5 2015 with 8GB of memory and 250GB of solid state storage can be purchased for $800 from Digital Age Solution.
As with all of our systems, your computer can be customized with more or less depending upon your need.
Michael Kuster opened Digital Age Solution in 2005 after managing Information Technology for various government agencies for many years. Before taking on this venture full-time, he operated a web site design and hosting company, KusterNet, for a decade. After being asked by web site customers to manage and maintain their computers, KusterNet became Digital Age Solution.
Mike maintains a hands-on, active role in the management and delivery of service to customers at Digital Age Solution. Rather than sitting behind a desk, he can often be found running cable on telephone poles, fixing computers on-site, and providing one-on-one support to customers.
Mike lives in Walkersville, Maryland with his wife and three children. He actively serves as a volunteer and board member for several non-profits including 4-H, Federated Charities, and the Town of Walkersville.