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Compact Linux gadget targets wired/wireless apps

Aug 4, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

LinkGear is shipping a small form-factor, ultra-low-power network appliance device that comes preinstalled with Linux, and targets WiFi bridging and routing applications. The LinkGear Series 100 (LG100) is powered by an SH-4 (SuperH) processor, draws only two Watts (typical), and costs $200 in quantities of 25+, the… company says.

Find out all about the LG100 and its embedded hardware and Linux-based OS in our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: LinkGear LG100 wired/wireless network appliance

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