Chinese company has introduced its Linux-based ultra-mini PC – LimePC M1. It’s equipped with a full PC desktop (based on Debian), touchscreen interface, Freescale MPC5121e mobileGT processor, up to 16GB of Flash, 802.11g WiFi, v2.1 EDR Bluetooth wireless and four-plus hours of Lithium Polymer battery power.It’s also planning to produce a model with HDD.
The new LimePC M1 is gonna be available later this year at price $300. The target of LimePC is Chinese market. But if it’ll be released in the rest of world it can be a good competitor of Nokia Internet Tablet. If LimePC will have open OS of course.
[via Linux Devices]