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Embedded Linux powers hackable, sub-$150 thin client

Jul 29, 2005 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

We've discovered a $150 Linux-based thin-client PC based on a 433MHz Via Eden processor. The Ntavo NTA 6010A comes equipped with 64MB of DIMM DRAM and 64MB of CompactFlash memory, and a display controller that supports up to 1280×1024 pixels in 24-bit color. Expansion ports include 3 USB, 2 serial, parallel, PS/2 keyboard/mouse, audio in/out, and 10/100 Mbps Ethernet. With DIMM-socketed DRAM, 3 USB ports, an available internal PCI slot, and a built-in CompactFlash socket, it sounds like a gloriously hackable platform. Bring on the projects!

Read more about Devon IT's $149 Linux thin client in our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: Devon Ntavo NTA 6010A Linux thin-client

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