Wednesday, July 2, 2008

CherryPal: Tiny, low-powered, Linux-based PC

This particular news item slipped through the cracks at CrunchGear's world news headquarters earlier this week, but here it is nonetheless. This little box is called the CherryPal PC and it'll be here in the third quarter of this year, according to a recent press release. The company won't say when it'll be here, exactly, but judging from the above graphic, I'm gonna guess sometime between August 3rd and 5th. It's supposed to be more of a web surfing device than anything else and it'll be outfitted with a 400MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, 4GB hard drive, Wi-Fi and Ethernet, VGA jack, requisite sound hookups, and two USB ports, all stuffed into a 10.5-ounce package.


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