LinuxDevices: Compact Linux Appliance Targets Web Surfing Apps
Nov 01, 2006, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])
"Parisian startup Linutop is readying a compact, low-cost,
Linux-based computing appliance aimed at web surfing kiosks in
libraries, educational institutions, offices, hotels, hospitals,
Internet cafes, and family rooms. The as-yet-unnamed Linutop device
features a passively cooled x86-compatible Geode processor, and
flash-based storage for completely silent operation.
"The Linutop PC is based on an unspecified Geode
processor--possibly AMD's LX-800. The device has 256MB of RAM, and
512MB of flash-based storage..."