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Linux-ready mini-PC powers up

Sep 16, 2009, 15:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Brown)

"Linutop's original "pocketable" Linutop 1 computer shipped in 2007, and in February 2008, the French mini-PC vendor introduced the slightly larger Linutop 2, which is equipped with a 500MHz Geode processor. Like the first two models, the Linutop 3 is touted as being suitable for standalone PC use, terminal use, kiosks, or digital signage.

"The Linutop 3 offers a more powerful Via C7 CPU clocked to 1GHz, presumably along with the usual Via CX700 northbridge/southbridge chipset. The new computer offers twice the standard and flash memory of the Linutop 2, with 1GB of DDR2, expandable to 2GB, and 2GB of flash, says Linutop."

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