The Aleutia E1 is a mini Linux PC, which comes in a tough aluminium case, has no moving parts and also runs in complete silence.
The cool thing about this mini linux PC is that it uses only 8 watts of power, which is about a quarter of the power used by an average laptop.
It runs the Puppy Linux OS, and also comes with office compatible software.
It can also be solar powered and comes with an optional 10.4 inch LCD screen. The add on screen uses 10 watts of power.
Here are the specs on this mini linux PC:-
- Processor: 200MHz x86 CPU, Memory: 128MB SDRAM, Storage: 2GB (included Compact Flash card), Power Supply (US, UK, or EU).
- 3 x USB 2.0 ports (12Mbps transfer rate), 1 x 10/100 Ethernet port, VGA port to connect LCD display (supports resolutions up to 1280×1024).
- Power consumption of 8W with CPU and SDRAM running at full speed. With external devices (USB 2.0 CD Rewriter, USB-powered hard drive) power consumption rises to 11W.
- Dimensions: 11.5cm (Width) x 11.5cm (Lenght) x 3.5cm (Height).
- Puppy Linux Operating System (version 2.14) – similar in appearance to MS Windows, stable, and pre-installed.
- Excel-compatible spreadsheet software (Gnumeric), Word-compatible word processor (Abiword)
This mini linux PC is available to buy online from Aleutia from £179 (about $360). You might also be interested in our handy guide which explains the difference between LCD and LED TVs.Filed Under: Gadgets News, Linux News