Wednesday, July 2, 2008

CherryPal Cloud Computer

The CherryPal is billed as a cloud computer - basically, a PC that is powered by a low-power Freescale processor, helping keep costs low and the overall size small. Of course, you do get the other computing staples such as two USB ports, a monitor port, 4GB of flash storage and a measly 256MB RAM. Good thing it runs on a tweaked version of embedded Linux though, as even Windows XP would have brought this little computer to its knees. It takes just about 20 seconds to boot up, and thanks to the tri-core 400Mhz Freescale processor, it ain't no slouch when it comes to performance. Don't expect Doom 3 to run on it anytime soon though. There is no word on availability, but CherryPal has touted a dramatically low price tag - even lower than the $400 Eee PC.



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