The 2.8 pound PC features a front panel backlit power button, a slot loading combo DVD drive, two rear USB ports, one Firewire connector, S-Video/DVI video outputs, 10/100 Ethernet port, speaker/mic jacks, Pentium M 740 processor (or Celeron M), a single slot for DDR2 memory, and a choice of a 40 or 80GB hard drive.
Of course, the PC comes pre-installed with the Linspire OS software, making it the ideal second or third home workstation PC. The Linspire representative also added that the mini comes “right out of the box [...] with music and photo management software, Internet applications like Firefox, e-mail and instant messaging capabilities, as well as a number of built-in games.”
Sounds like a great way to get your feet wet with Linux!
Tip: It looks like you can buy a barebones version of the AOpen MP915-B for around $260.00 (does not include a CPU, hard drive, memory, or operating system)
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