Computer keyboard running Ubuntu
by admin ·
Members remember well the “computers in the keyboard” 1980′s – early 1990′s: Yamaha MSX, BK-0010/0011, different clones ZX-Spectrum and others. There was even a compatible PC XT home computer “Search” – however, one of the most overall, more like a electromechanical typewriter. Later, with the spread of PC-compatible machines, this type of forgotten. But now reappeared in a sample sale of the computer as usual desktop keyboard!
It is built on a processor Intel Atom D525, is “on board” 2 GB RAM DDR3, 500 GB hard drive, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, a variety of expansion ports and even a built-in speakers. Unfortunately, there is no card reader, but the kit includes a mouse. Claimed Power consumption 17.5 W, weight – 2,2 kg. This computer is called the Great Wall, his firm produces with non-title Diablotek , and it costs $ 250 . And most importantly, pre-installed operating system – Ubuntu.