A little PC Cube from Japan made some waves again as it got reviewed by UK's PC Pro. We reported about the T-Cube the first time back in 2004. It is surprising that it did not get smaller since then. Time has stood still for the tiny cube, at least regarding its measurements.
The Space Cube as it is called in this version runs Linux.
Quote from the review: "Most intriguing, though, is the Space Wire port. It may sound like a mere science fiction fantasy, but this incredibly thin socket is a crucial part of the Space Cube’s armory. That’s because it’s a type of proprietary interface use by the ESA, NASA and JAXA when the Cube actually goes into space."
Read the full review on PC Pro
Don't Miss: The Best HDR TVs