"With antiquated components flooding the surplus-parts market
and free operating systems only a click away, building a fully
functional computer has never been such a bargain. No, the $72 PC
won't replace your new dual-core, Vista-shredding laptop. But with
its compact size and solid-state components (no hard drive or CD
drive), it's perfect for building into custom enclosures and for
specific tasks like Web surfing or playing games. The computer
boots from a USB flash drive running an operating system called
Damn Small Linux that can handle just about any job..."
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