Kit computer

Wade Smart wadesmart at
Wed Nov 11 01:51:48 UTC 2009

Karl F. Larsen wrote:
> Wade Smart wrote:
>> Andrew Farris wrote:
>>> On Tue, 2009-11-10 at 16:17 -0700, Karl Larsen wrote:
>>>> I found this an interesting computer:
>>>> Barebones > Intel Based Kits
>>>> Intel 945GCLF2 Barebone - Intel 945GCLF2 Mini ITX /w Atom 
>>>> 1.6GHz CPU, 2GB DDR2, Case w/ 250 Watt PSU
>>>>     It appears the CPU is wired onto the mother board.
>>>> Could I load Ubuntu on this computer?
>>> I'd bet you could. Where did you find this? I've been considering
>>> purchasing a decent little ITX PC for an experiment, but I just haven't
>>> gotten around to looking just yet
>> I built 110 hundred Shuttle X27D's all with Ubuntu 8.04 on them. The 
>> atom isnt the fastest but for simple everyday stuff, web surfing, 
>> emailing, spread sheet, writing doc's - is great. I run 23" screens and 
>> wireless keyboards and mouse on these and the little pc is hidden. Even 
>> built one for my parents.
>> Wade
> 	Thanks that is a great commendation for the computer!
> karl

I personally like the Shuttle but I have tried Jetway, ASRock and 
Foxconn. Recently I built several Cappuccino GX1 pc's and Cappccino 
Digital Engine pc's. After working with all of these - Shuttle is my 
choice for my own personal systems.


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