March 22, 2001

Linux & the MachZ

Author: JT Smith

At "There were a lot of interesting things at Linux World in New York. Talking robots, stuffed penguins, free t-shirts, eight dollar martinis at the hotel bar. But one of the more interesting things at the show was Slackware 7.1 running on a 128 MHz computer the size of a Penguin Mints container. The computer was all in one tiny chip, the MachZ from ZF Linux Devices. The MachZ is an interesting component. All of the functions performed by today's desktop computer, minus display and storage, are contained in a single chip."


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