September 14, 2009 | Posted At: 06:03 AM | Author: Brian Nadel | Category: Instructional Technology/Lab Management
Hard to believe but the third generation of the Linutop Linux micro desktop PC is out and it looks like a winner to me. Priced at about $470, it is still a tiny, inexpensive desktop PC that can be screwed under a desk or attached to the back of a monitor with Velcro. The big difference is that it now has a more powerful Via C7 processor, 2GB of internal flash memory and graphics that can support up to 1,920 by 1080 resolution. It has 6 USB ports as well as a generous mix of included software and applications. The best part is that it uses only 8 watts of power, so it doesn’t need a fan and can cut a schools power bills.
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