Nije Mac Mini, vec Linspire Mini! :)

U najnovijem Tux-u su ga spomenuli. Uf, da mi ga se docepati :frowning: .

The 6.5-inch, square metallic miniPC has a slot-load CD drive and a power button in the front, along with two USB ports, one 1394 and speakerout/mic in the back. It features the latest Intel Pentium M notebook processor, allowing near silent cooling without sacrificing performance. In addition, the miniPC boasts a DVI Connection, integrated Ethernet card and slot-loaded DVD-Burner.

The miniPC also provides DVI and YPbPr connectors so that it can be connected to HDTV, plasma display monitor, large-screen display panels, and high-definition audio products. A user can turn the miniPC into the control hub of a digital home entertainment center.

At a $399 price point, the Linux version of the miniPC features the stable, secure Linux-based operating system Linspire, which comes complete with major desktop applications, including (a Microsoft file-compatible office suite); Web browser, e-mail and instant messaging clients; multimedia viewers; photo and music managers; calendaring tools; and more. Access to additional software and applications is available through Linspire’s innovative CNR (“click and run”) Warehouse, a software library where users can download and install more than 2,000 Linux programs.