A systems integrator in GuangDong province, China, is shipping an extensive line of Pentium-based miniPCs that run Linux. The SD-Omega MiniPC line comprises 44 variations, include passively cooled and quiet models targeting car PCs and HTPCs (home-theater PCs), car pcs, and DVR models.
The SD-Omega MiniPC systems are housed in lightweight aluminum cases that measure 5.7-inches wide (up to 6.2-inches wide, in models equipped with cooling fins), 9.8-inches to 10-inches deep, and between 1.65 and 2.75 inches tall. More details and photos can be found over at Linuxdevices.com.
And additional details are available at the SD-Omega website.
Chinese mini-PCs run Linux, target specialty apps
Posted on Monday, January 16 2006 @ 1:47 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck