One of the best things about Linux based operating systems is that they can power almost everything and that too free of cost. In most of the cases, Linux works perfectly out of the box and in others, you may have to spend some time researching for tricks to enable support for your wireless chips, input devices, graphic cards, et al. Small Linux PCs have taken the PC market to an all new level. Adding to that, here an exciting Linux computer, called Lini PC, which is powered by Intel’s Haswell processor. Impressed? Here’s more.
Lini PC is a small desktop computer, that offers the users a choice between Xubuntu 13.10 or Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro. It is priced starting $399 for a model powered by a 3 GHz Intel Pentium G3220 dual-core processor based on Haswell architecture, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and Xubuntu.