____/ [H]omer on Thursday 25 October 2007 23:57 : \____

> Complete with video interview from Interop
>
> .----
> | Within minutes of arriving on the Interop show floor this
> | morning and beginning my search for something cool to videotape for
> | publication here on ZDNet, we found Plat' Home's booth in the back
> | of the exhibitor's area with two very cool products -- both of them
> | tiny Linux servers, one of which fits in the palm of your hand. One
> | is called the OpenBlockS 266 and the other is the OpenMicroServer.
> | One of Plat' Home's design principles for both was "no moving
> | parts." As such, neither server has a hard drive in it. Both have a
> | distribution of Linux known as SSD loaded into the on-board memory
> `----
>
> http://blogs.zdnet.com/Berlind/?p=860


400 bucks. A little pricey considering the fact that you can get an Internet
tablet, but it's probably more of a first step.


> Not the smallest Linux computer in the world though:
>
> "The picotux 100 is ... only slightly larger than an RJ45 connector."
>
> http://www.picotux.com/
>


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