Community chooses Mini-ITX!

Open-PCFirst Open-PC computer created by community will be available for sale at the end of February 2010. If you have not heard about this project before here is their motto “Open-PC is a PC for everyday use built by the Linux community for the Linux community”. This news would not be published on this website if it would not be related to Mini-ITX form factor.

So as you have probably already guessed, their PC is based on Mini-ITX motherboard. Here is a given specification:

  • Atom N330 1,6GHz Dual-Core Processor
  • 3GB RAM
  • 160GB Harddisc
  • ASRock Mainboard
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
  • Mini ITX-Case
  • 250watt power supply
  • expandable hardware
  • size: 345mm x 100mm x 425mm
  • Installation support (telephone and email)
  • 10,- EUR of every PC is donated to the KDE project
  • Linux/KDE based operatingsystem installed and preconfigured

You may see more photo of this computer at Open-PC project webpage.

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