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 4:20pm 3/03/08 4:20pm

Everex mini gPC Doesn't Remind Us Of Mac mini At All

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… » 2/26/08 7:15pm 2/26/08 7:15pm

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 4:59am 1/18/08 4:59am

Everex gPC Reviewed...Again (Verdict: Horrible)

Thought that the $200 Everex gPC was too good (and cheap) to be true? Did an earlier, positive review from Wired only serve to pique your interest? Unfortunately, a recent review by PC Magazine may bring many Wal-Mart shoppers crashing to the earth. According to their review, the gPC is" one of those PCs you buy as a… » 12/26/07 7:20pm 12/26/07 7:20pm

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 3:30pm 11/07/07 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 12:59pm 10/31/07 12:59pm