Friday, January 30, 2004

Low-power computer

A new low-power computer running Linux will help with the design of hand held devices and robots. It's called the GumStix, and it is based on the Intel PXA255 processor. The PXA255 is a high-performance, low-power processor designed to be used in handheld devices. The computer, with the processor and 64MB of RAM, draws only 200 milliamps.

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