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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


Very little plug-computer

Date 25-Feb-2009 20:24:36
Topic: Hardware News


[c&p] Quote:
Marvell has just announced that they'll be making the SheevaPlug dev kit available. This is the platform that PogoPlug is based on, consisting of a 1.2GHz Kirkwood processor, 512MB flash storage, 512MB DRAM, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and USB 2.0. This bad boy supports many standard Linux 2.6 kernel distributions, and the whole thing plugs directly into a standard wall socket, drawing "less than one tenth of the power of a typical PC" while in use. Currently available for $99, the company says that it anticipates a price drop to $49 "in the near future."


Why not a Minimig like this one?

Saluditos,

Ferrán.








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