[FoRK] Not the linux-mini yet,
Thu Aug 18 20:37:37 PDT 2005
but getting warmer.
And apparently taking good advantage of X's strengths.
>From the review of
"The Black Dog devices (aka "Dogs") are essentially
tiny but complete desktop Linux "servers" measuring
3.5 x 1.75 x 0.5 inches, and weighing 1.6 ounces.
They have an SD/MMC slot for memory expansion or the
addition of SDIO peripheral devices. Other hardware
features include a biometric fingerprint scanner, and
a USB client port compatible with USB 1.1 or USB 2.0
ports, which are about half as fast as 100BaseT Ethernet,
The Dogs are based on a single PowerPC 405 Delta embedded
processor and 64MB of RAM (Realm also has a dual-processor
model under development for its enterprise product line).
The company calls the Dogs "servers" because they create
an Ethernet-over-USB network with the host PC, and serve
applications that are accessed using the host PC's KVM
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