Eight years ago, I was in love with Linux and I fell for it even more when I found Debian Linux. I dreamt about Linux being sold to the average Joe years ago, and today many companies do just that. I applaud Everex for taking a step to bring Linux-based computing to the masses.
unboxing video after the jump
Today, I have the opportunity to unbox Everex's new Linux-based desktop. The gPC Mini is powered by the gOS Space operating system, a Linux distro that was built to accommodate MySpace user. As for the unit's exterior itself, it looks quite similar to Apple’s Mac Mini, and as such quite attractive; however the dimension on gPC mini is a little deeper than Mac Mini. We will be reviewing the unit soon and so, for now, enjoy the unboxing video.
1.86GHz Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Mobile Processor T2130 (1MB L2 Cache, 1.86GHz, 533MHz), 120GB Hard Disk Drive, 512MB DDR2 667 SDRAM, DVD+/-RW, Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator GMA950, Realtek ALC268 High-Definition Audio, (1) 10/100/1000 Ethernet Port, (1) DVI-I Port, (1) S-Video Port, (1) IEEE 1394 Port, (4) USB 2.0 Ports, (1) 2-in1 Media Card Reader, (1) Headphone/Line-Out Port, (1) Microphone/Line-In Port. Power adapter and DVI to VGA converter included (keyboard, mouse and display sold separately). gOS Space pre-installed.