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Everex, the company that brought us the Cloudbook is going after Mini PCs like the Mac Mini with this Linux Powered Mini PC.
The Everex Mini come with a 1.86GHZ Intel Pentium Dual Core Mobile Processor, 512MB of RAM, a 120GB hard drive, a built in DVDRW and Intel GMA950 graphics.
There is also Realtek ALC268 High Definition Audio, Ethernet, DVI-I, S-Video, Firewire, 4 USB ports and a built in 4 in 1 media card reader.
The Everex gPC Mini runs gOS and comes with several open source and free applications such as OpenOffice 2.3, Firefox, GIMP, as well as linked applications like gMail, Facebook and others.
The Everex gPC Mini will go on sale in March for $499.
Product Page via ElectronistaFiled Under: Gadgets News, Linux News