Posts Tagged ‘Linux’

raspberry pi diagram

The Rasberry Pi can be a great computer for many businesses, schools and individuals. The Rasberry Pi provides a portable computing solution for a low price. It has all the features of a full-sized computer on a single chip. While the Rasberry Pi provides limited processing power, it’s can be beneficial for many applications. Read the rest of this entry »

tonidoplug2 low power server

TonidoPlug 2 is a low power server both for home and small-businesses that will enable you to run your applications, photos, music, media and other files everywhere through mobile applications or a mobile browser. Read the rest of this entry »

The Raspberry Pi low power PC is a single-board computer developed by the British Raspberry Pi nonprofit foundation. Its main purpose is to serve as an instructional and teaching device for education settings such as classrooms. Its extremely small form factor and low power consumption, coupled with the extremely low prices for which it is offered ($25 to $35 per unit). As a point of reference, the Raspberry Pi computer system (both models A and B are in the identical form factor) is about the same size as a deck of standard playing cards. Read the rest of this entry »

GreenLite Server

Just because its typically thin clients and home computers that are energy efficient, there’s no reason why you can’t have a low power server PC. The GreenLite Server is a powerful Quad-Core system with an average energy consumption of just 85 Watts, with a peak energy consumption of 127 Watts. The pictured system measures just 8.9″ x 7.9″ x 13″. The GreenLite server is also available as a 2U rack-mounted unit. Read the rest of this entry »

Ultralight iUnika Netbooks

Spanish company iUnika has announced the release of 4 new low power netbooks, starting at 130 Euros (about $181 or £115). Although no firm release dates have been released, the iUnika Solar model charges via solar power and will sell for around 160 Euros ($225 or £140). Read the rest of this entry »