Thursday, March 23, 2006

Linspire Mini with DVI out

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eHomeUpgrade has a little story on Linspire Mini: a nice project PC for tweakers or a nice looking PC for everyone else. Comes for $399 or $260 in a barebone no-CPU form.
Here is an excerpt from Alexander Grundner's post
The 2.8 pound PC features a front panel backlit power button, a slot loading combo DVD drive, two rear USB ports, one Firewire connector, S-Video/DVI video outputs, 10/100 Ethernet port, speaker/mic jacks, Pentium M 740 processor, a single slot for DDR2 memory, and a choice of a 40 or 80GB hard drive.
There are 2 versions - MP915-C with Celeron M 360 processor clocked at 1.4GHz and MP915-P will be powered by an Intel Pentium M 740 (Dothan) processor clocked at 1.73.
I am buying one of the latter.

Posted by Mike at 10:01 AM
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