BW: Neoware’s Eon Platform Wins PC World’s Highest Rating for Linux Appliances

“Neoware Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: NWRE) today announced that its
Eon Linux-based information appliance has received the highest
rating by PC World Magazine in Denmark in a head-to-head comparison
of Linux-based platforms from four leading vendors. PC World
selected Neoware’s Eon as their “Recommended” Linux-based
information appliance.”

“In the review PC World calls the Eon a “small box with lots of
possibilities” and commented that the Eon “is easy to set up and
use.” Commenting on the flexibility and versatility of Neoware’s
NeoLinux operating system, PC World states, “… as a developer you
can make the changes you wish. (You can) change the embedded
software, even if you would like to use the Eon as something other
than a thin client.” PC World also touted the Eon as a “good

“We are very pleased that our new Eon platform has been
recognized by PC World Magazine,” stated Michael Kantrowitz,
Neoware’s president and CEO. “This exciting new Linux-based
information appliance can be tailored for a variety of business
focused applications including Web kiosks, routers, firewalls,
point-of-sale stations, thin clients, e-mail stations and security
devices. Being recognized by PC World reinforces Neoware’s position
as an innovator and leader in the emerging Linux-based information
appliance market.”

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