The folks at Wired recently got their hands on Everex's new gPC mini Linux based PC, and initial impressions indicate that it is a good value based on specs, but they note that gOS Linux is still not ready for prime time as a viable Windows alternative. That having been said, outside of some problems picking up… »
The first thing that comes to mind when you see the Everex mini gOS Linux PC is that
it looks just like a Mac mini except in black it is a smart way to slim down after that comically bulky Wal-Mart-special gPC that launched Everex's open-source strategy. And with an Intel Pentium Dual-Core Mobile processor, a DVD… »
The Everex Cloudbook that we showed you a month ago has finally been given an official release date. So if you were hoping to get the $400 Eee PC rival, it will be available from Walmart.com on January 25th. There's no word on if you'll be able to pick one up at an actual brick-n-mortar Wal-Mart store, so the website… »
It appears that Everex, the same company that sent Wal-Mart shoppers into a tizzy of values with its Linux-based gPC , now has its sites set on the Asus Eee PC with a new ultra-portable dubbed the "Cloudbook." The device will feature a 7-inch screen and the same Linux gOS found in the gPC. A 1.3 megapixel webcam is… »
When Everex's gPC hit store shelves at Wal-Mart recently, the hope was that it could bring Linux to the masses while providing all of the value that a $200 price tag would entail. The folks at Wired put the gPC through its paces and determined that it does represent a fantastic deal for computer users with basic needs. »
An excellent article in the New York Times looks at Andy Rubin, Google's director of mobile platforms, and tries to uncover what the gPhone really shall become in the ever evolving mobile market.
Can the masses be wooed by Linux? Second-tier PC maker Everex teamed up with a startup called gOS to build the gPC TC2502, a $199 VIA-powered Ubuntu 7.10 Linux system with an Enlightenment E17 interface. Although they assure us that the "g" doesn't stand for Google, the PC's productivity will be almost solely derived… »