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Tiny Linux Pc Gets More Powerful

 |  |  |  October 23, 2006

Netstix 400xm-cf Computer from GumstixThe oh so small netstix series of computers from gumstix are full-fledged Linux systems in the form-factor of a pack of gum. Now the maker has announced a significant speed bump from the earilier 200MHz processor to a new Intel XScale 400MHz processor.

The tiny computers have 64MB of RAM and 16MB of Flash memory on board. In addition, they feature onboard 10/100 Ethernet for connectivity and a Compact Flash-II slot for non-volatile storage. The 400MHz netstix 400xm-cf runs just over $200 USD. BTW, no onboard video capability is provided, so you’ll have to manage these servers remotely via Ethernet.