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Linux-ready mini-PC powers up

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| Linutop announced the third generation of its 
| compact Linux-based PC. Larger and with twice the 
| memory of previous models, the Linutop 3 has a 
| 1GHz Via C7 CPU, gigabit Ethernet, dual SATA 
| ports, and PCIe expansion, the company says.



Linutop 3 - Linux powered Nettop

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| The Linutop 3 has 2GB of internal flash memory to store the software and the
| operating system. It features a custom Linux OS (Ubuntu) & standard software
| like Firefox, Open Office & VLC mediaplayer.


Linutop upgrades Linux micro-PC line

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| Simply dubbed the Linutop 3, the new machine incorporates a VIA C7 processor
| running at 1GHz. It has 1GB of DDR 2 memory, expandable to 2GB, and 2GB of
| solid-state storage. Not enough, you think? You can add more using any of the
| PC's six USB ports, and there's a pair of Sata connectors inside.


Set up Linutop in 5 Minutes

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| Just because Linutop is based on Linux, it doesnât mean itâs difficult to
| configure. In fact, the little machine comes with a custom Linutop Setup
| applet which allows you to configure virtually every aspect of the system in
| a matter of minutes.


Tiny Silent Linux PC Gets Updated

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| In 2007 we ran a story on the tiny linux PC The Linutop.  Now the diminutive
| system has hit version 2.4 and with it an official launch in the UK.  The
| pint-sized, open source Linux PC is designed to run silently and is highly
| energy efficient at just 8 watts.
| "Linutop, a leading European company which specialises in providing small
| Linux PCs for businesses and the public sector, today announced its UK launch
| of Linutop 2.4. The pint-sized, open source Linux PC is designed to run
| silently and is highly energy efficient.  Due to its small size and low
| maintenance requirements, the Linutop 2.4 is the ideal solution for internet
| kiosks, network monitoring and digital displays.


USB Linux key targets netbooks

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| French mini-PC vendor Linutop announced a version of its Ubuntu 8.4-based
| Linux distribution on a USB key targeting Asus Eee PCs. The key (pictured) is
| based on its small-footprint Linutop 2.2 distro, which is designed for
| ultra-low-powered systems such as its own Linutop 2 mini-PC.


Linutop 2.2: A desktop where smaller is better

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| Linutop has a lot going for it: solid build quality, adequate software
| bundle, extremely low power consumption, and the easy-to-use configuration
| utility. With its â280 (approx. $435) price tag, Linutop is not the cheapest
| machine out there, but the money buys you one of the smallest and greenest
| computers on the market.


Review: Think small with Linutop 2

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| Shipped from Paris, the Linutop 2 costs $440 plus $40 for delivery and
| arrives in about a week. Linutop 2 will never be a performance PC for video
| editing, CAD or gaming, but is perfect for most office and personal uses that
| don't require Windows software. Neither too big, nor too small, Linutop 2 is
| just right.


Pint-sized PC has offsite OS, low power-use

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| Web browsing is provided by a Firefox browser, and instant messaging is
| provided by Gaim, now known as Pidgin, which supports a lot of protocols
| including AIM, Google Talk, MSN, and Yahoo etc.



Linux-based mini PC upgraded

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| French mini-PC vendor Linutop is shipping an upgrade to its compact, Xubuntu
| Linux-based computing appliance. The Linutop 2 offers a faster 500MHz Geode
| processor, 512MB of RAM and 1GB of Flash, along with a new optional VESA
| mounting bracket.


Lean, green, open source machine

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| The Linutop is touted as a mainstream PC that can be used in shops, bars,
| kiosks and schools, or anywhere where desktop space is at a premium. Its tiny
| size also means that it is suitable to be embedded in cars, airplanes or
| boats, or in a digital signage offering.


Linutop Mini Linux PC Reviewed - Damn Small Linux Hardware

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| The Linutop is a small Linux PC. Of course, if you think the Mac Mini is
| small, then perhaps the words, incredibly miniscule are closer to the mark.
| Running a customised version of xubuntu Linux, this little box could replace
| your desktop for most common tasks, including what you're doing right now.
| And if this wasn't impressive enough in a box slightly larger than a Nintendo
| DS, the Linutop does it all drawing a maximum of 5 watts - That's less than
| an energy saver light bulb!


Linutop v1.2: low-power Linux desktop Revisited

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| Tech reviews are very much a snapshot process, making a decision after a
| relatively short period of time and of a single incarnation of the product.
| Useful, yes, but not an exact facsimile of living with something day in, day
| out that youâve bought yourself.


Linux web PC makers tout Linutop-like wares

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| Linutop's recently announced Linux-based ultra-compact PC may have
| grabbed the hardware headlines earlier this week, but its rivals
| didn't take long to start shouting about their own take on the
| web-oriented unit.


Linutop: Tiny Linux Computer On Sale

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| Get ready for a bonkers-ly small Linux machine, called Linutop, as
| it comes on sale.


SlashGear Review: Linutop's fanless Linux PC

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| Much to my shame, Linux is something of a mystery to me.  Actually,
| I think they should teach at least the basics of it in school
| computing classes, alongside English and at least one foreign
| language (though don't ask me about my French abilities either), but
| this is neither time nor place for my election campaigning.  And so I
| look on with maudlin self-disgust at promises of Dell laptops with
| Linux pre-installed, or clever thumb-drives and Live CDs that offer
| a chance to fiddle with the OS without ruining your everyday copy of
| Windows; I inevitably fold when faced with some sort of command
| prompt.  Perhaps, then, you?ll wonder why I was so keen to try the
| Linutop, a surprisingly compact and silent diskless computer that
| runs a specially tweaked version of xubuntu.


[Video Review] Review: Linutop

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