Fit-PC Slim: Smallest Linux PC
How about a fanless Linux-powered PC that uses a mere 4 to 6 watts of power?
CompuLab has launched the Fit-PC Slim, measuring 11x10x3 centimetres, weigh
380 grams, and powered by an AMD Geode LX800 500 MHz processor and 512
MB of RAM. The general specifcations of the PC
include: VGA output for display, pre-installed 60
GB HDD, 10/100 Ethernet with RJ45 connector,
optional 802.11b/g WiFi Ethernet, 3xUSB 2.0 (2
front-panel, 1 rear) and 1x serial (with proprietary
connector). The operating temperature of the
device is 0 to 45 degrees Celsius. ...
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the grip of proprietary and closed-source software, and
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Adobe announces Linux
Version of AIR 1.5
Adobe has released Adobe AIR 1.5 for
Linux. Adobe AIR 1.5, a key component
of the Adobe Flash Platform, enables
Web developers to use HTML,
open source Flex framework to deliver
Web applications outside the browser.