Sunday, April 13, 2008

Shuttle $99 PC Reviewed (Verdict: Great Value, But the Linux OS Is Bleh) [Shuttle Kpc]

Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/268685124/shuttle-99-pc-reviewed-verdict-great-value-but-the-linux-os-is-bleh

A $99 PC obviously isn't going to deliver a blockbuster experience, but Shuttle's toaster-sized KPC actually has the hardware to get the lightweight job done: 1.8GHz Celeron processor, 512MB RAM and an 80GB hard drive, all of which is expandable. Overall, Tom's Hardware thought the cheap-o box delivered "surprisingly good" performance and value, except for the default OS Foresight Linux—its user-unfriendliness and bugs are the KPC's biggest problems. But, the Windows XP install "worked flawlessly" in case you've got an extra copy lying around and want a low-power mini-PC. [Tom's Hardware]


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