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Ready to Run Desktop Linux PC: MintBox 2

Like Linux Mint? Want it in a plug and go PC? CompuLab may have the computer for you: the new MintBox 2.

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Linux on Power

In the office today is an old IBM P-Series running OpenSUSE. We’ve had nothing but outstanding uptime with the box, but for some reason, before now, we have not considered expanding our Linux infrastructure to more Power systems. Since we are now exploring all of our options, the idea of moving from lots of small virtual machines to a few LPARs is being tossed around. Would it make sense to migrate our environment away from standard Intel machines to big-iron IBM systems? 

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New MintBox 2 is on its Way

Last year the Linux Mint project in association with CompuLab introduced the mintBox, a tiny Linux Mint computer about the size of a cable modem. "It’s tiny, it’s silent, it’s extremely versatile," so said Clement Lefebvre, founder of Mint. Well, today, Lefebvre previewed the next generation of MintBox. In June 2012 the original mintBox shipped with 1.0 GHz dual core CPU, 4 GB RAM, and a 250 GB hard drive for $476. A "Pro" version upped the CPU to 1.65 GHz and the RAM to...

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HP Slate 21 All-in-One PC is Powered by Android, Tegra 4 Chip

The company shows off its new desktop/tablet hybrid that eschews Intel and Windows at an event in Beijing.

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Shipments of PCs, Tablets, Mobile Phones Rise 6 Percent, says Gartner

Total shipments are forecast to reach 2.3 billion around the world this year. [Read more]    ...

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