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Nanonote: A Cheap, 3" Open Computer

Aug 20 2010, 10:51am CDT | by , in Shopping | Notebooks and PCs

Nanonote: A Cheap, 3" Open Computer
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Buy a swarm of tiny computers for the price of one good computer!

Are you a hacker? Artist? Programmer? Do you just like having tons and tons of tiny, easily mod-able computers lying around your house? If any of these things describe you, the Nanonote might be up your alley. Gearlog reports that this mini-computer boots Linux out-of-box and can be loaded via USB drive with the OS of your choice.

The Nanonote is a bare-bones machine. It has a 336 Mhz processor, 2 GB of storage, a microSD slot and a headphone jack. There's one USB port, a tiny keyboard and a 3" display. It'll set you back $99, and 10-packs are available. Imagine setting a bunch of these up across the house, each packing different audio-lists and hooked up to separate sets of speakers. You could set up one hell of a trippy music arrangement for house-parties.

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