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Is it time for Android on the desktop? Via Technologies thinks so

fragMasterFlash (989911) writes | about 2 years ago

Android 2

fragMasterFlash (989911) writes "Via Technologies is launching the aPC, a $49 desktop motherboard running Android Gingerbread with support for downloading apps from the Google Play store. Dubbed "A bicycle for your mind" this device represents an attempt to span the digital divide, bringing a full-fledged computing experience to the next 2 billion new users."
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It's available. (1)

tetrahedrassface (675645) | about 2 years ago | (#41447789)

I think this represents the future of most 'desktop' environments. Tremendously light footprint, using a lot less power, and running either raspbian or Android OS.. Here is the link to the product on NewEgg [slashdot.org] , and here is the latest build of Raspbian for APC termed 'Apricot' [raspbian.org]

Re:It's available. (1)

tetrahedrassface (675645) | about 2 years ago | (#41447797)

NewEgg link [newegg.com] .. Coffee time!

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