Everex CloudBook's Old-School Answer to Digital Photo Frames

Everex just got photo-friendly in a strangely retro way: PhotoFair is a clear plastic plate that clamps on to the CloudBook's top, allowing you to "store and display photos, documents and other printed materials." As in, physically stash printed-out documents. It's a bit unusual in the LCD age, but unlike the digital… »3/03/08 4:20pm3/03/08 4:20pm

Ripple-Mini PC Packs an Awful Lot of Computing into $132

Those Koreans sure do get spoiled on the technology front; check out Ripple's Ripple-Mini PC, for example. The device, which will retail for a shockingly low €90 ($132), will pack in an Intel Celeron M215 (1.33GHz), 1GB RAM, SiS 662 North Bridge and SiS 964L South Bridge, all in a dinky 20x300x220mm, Mac mini-esque… »1/18/08 4:59am1/18/08 4:59am

Everex $200 Linux gPC Gets Tested, Verdict: Great Deal

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. »11/07/07 3:30pm11/07/07 3:30pm

Everex $200 Linux gPC Hits Wal-Mart, Bowls Rednecks Over

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… »10/31/07 12:59pm10/31/07 12:59pm