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CherryPal ‘cloud computer’ is cheap, offers online options

By Aaron Baker • June 22, 2008

Startup company CherryPal has launched their first computer, dubbed the ‘cloud computer.’ The computer is powered by a 400 Freescale mobileGT MPC5121e processor, has 256MB of RAM, 4GB of flash memory and WiFi 802.11 b/g. The specs aren’t amazing, but it’s what CherryPal has to offer that might be.

Rather than have hard drives in our computers, CherryPal thinks that we’d rather buy cheap, low-power mini-PCs and use any of the multiple online storage and Office apps. Then, all the data is available anywhere you go, as long as you have internet connectivity. CherryPal is shipping the machine with a version of the Debian Linux OS.

CherryPal hasn’t revealed the MRSP, however as a guess, we’d say that it will be pretty close to the Eee PC line.


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