And you thought a notebook pc was small?

I was browsing on StumbleUpon this evening when I came across this rather unique specimen which is claimed to be the smallest Linux computer in the World. I personally can’t verify this claim, but it is a unique product.

“The picotux 100 is the world’s smallest Linux computer, only slightly larger (35mm×19mm×19mm) than an RJ45 connector.”

It runs a form of Linux called uClinux, but I’m just not sure what consumers could do with this product. It hasn’t got much of a user interface…

What would you do with one of these? I guess in a few years, we’ll be seeing entire pcs with operating systems mounted in these devices!

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2 thoughts on “And you thought a notebook pc was small?

  1. Kenneth Post author

    If it was net enabled, it’d be pretty handy, or if it came with its own screen and keyboard… the possibilities… 😀

    Kenneth

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