Cheap $199 Linux Computer from Shuttle

Asus’ Eee PC is the cheapest Linux laptop out there. Now Shuttle introduced its $199 KPC Linux PC. The company didn’t have it on display on the actual floor of the convention halls here at the Consumer Electronics Show (too late did I find out you had to zip over to a private suite at the Bellagio for a look-see), but booth representatives were happy to talk details. “It’s meant for simple tasks,” said sales rep James Wonpu.

Shuttle’s $199 Linux PC

Would you go for such cheap PC?


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  • bayoujim Jan 27, 2008 @ 22:21

    Looks good for new users. But I have been computing for 38 years, my needs are slowly climbing to supercomputer level.

  • GengisKhan Feb 6, 2010 @ 8:36

    @bayoujim: Good for you!

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