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DecTop:The 8 Watt, 10 Gig, $99 PC


Just how EcoGeek likes our men/women: tiny, cheap and buy generic cialis simple.

Today I've spent my computing day on Gmail, a little RSS reading and a small amount of document writing and editing. What I'm saying is that my whole day of productivity wouldn't have been that much different if I'd been operating on a computer with 128 MB RAM, a 10 GB hard drive and a 366 MHz processor.

Incidentally, I could pick up just such a machine for 100 bones from dataEvolution. But the thing that makes me want to throw a small, eco-friendly party is that it runs on viagra pfizer online 8 watts. Eight! That means you can count the watts on... two hands.

The box is Windows CE or Linux ready, but doesn't come with a preinstalled operating system. We've been seeing a lot of small, cheap, low-drain PCs these days, but this guy is the cheapest and lowest drain of viagra discounts the lot.

Via LifeHacker.

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wow
written by josh, August 20, 2007
This is the perfect car PC, and the computer actually uses less power than the hydrochlorothiazide levitra LCD!!
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Count me in
written by Jade, August 20, 2007
you could count the watts in binary, save yourself a hand
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At $100
written by intensive driving, August 21, 2007
for a computer (inc keyboard and mouse) it makes Vista look even more expensive!
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Better cheap PC?
written by champ, August 22, 2007
An Xbox has a 733Mhz CPU, and USB2.0 (aka game ports), and it can run Linux http://www.xbox-linux.org/wiki/Main_Page! This thing wins in the efficiency department, I'm sure.

You can also pick one up from eBay for less then $100.
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Re: Better cheap PC?
written by Annonymous, May 31, 2009
Actually, the Xbox uses 74 (and Xbox-360 about 160), so the DecTop (this pc) is much more efficient.

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