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The Mama Bear of small, silent PCs?

Jan 31, 2008 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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This hands-on review looks at a small, silent, inexpensive PC based Via's slowest, lowest-powered chip. The Icop eBox-4300 is small enough to piggyback on VESA-compliant monitors, yet actually performs well enough under Linux for desktop use, says reviewer and small-PC enthusiast Eric House.

(Click for larger view of eBox 4300)

Eric's hands-on review describes installing and running several Linux distributions. It also compares the eBox 4300's performance to other available products in the “small, silent PC” class, including the eBox 2300 and Zonbu Mini. Enjoy . . . !

Review: DM&P/Icop eBox 4300


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