CNET News.com: Linux powers new set-top box
Aug 02, 2000, 00:56 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Coollogic has released a new set-top box, a Linux-based
device that can run Java programs."
"The Internet Ready 7200 uses a National Semiconductor MediaGX
processor, 16MB of flash memory instead of a hard disk, 32MB of RAM
and has the ability to connect to the Internet via DSL, Ethernet or
a modem. It uses a TV instead of a monitor and comes with
Netscape's Web browser."