Last week we assembled the first samples of our industrial computer powered by the Baikal-M microprocessor. It is based on a Lagrange Sarmah motherboard (Pico-ITX form factor) with built-in mSATA SSD (8 - 128 GB), equipped with a low-profile radiator and installed into a compact steel case with a removable bracket for mounting on a DIN rail. Thermal performance of the Baikal-M microprocessor is provided by fans that perform air movement from the rear of the case to the vents in the front. Case dimensions (without bracket) are 139 x 112 x 28 mm. Power is supplied from an external 12V adapter (2A) through the JACK connector located on the rear panel. Samples of an industrial computer with the working title Lagrange Sarmah Dinbox will soon be tested in a climatic chamber and are already available for testing and ordering.