updated 11:55 pm EST, Tue February 26, 2008
Everex mini dual-core PC
Everex today unveiled the Everex mini, a Mac mini-styled CPU that features the company's own gOS 2.0 running on a dual-core processor. An Intel T2130 dual-core mobile processor powers the PC, while using a 120GB HD for storage and 512MB of RAM. For multimedia, Everex chose the Intel GMA950 graphics processor and Realtek ALC268 audio hardware, and the system includes a DVD+/-RW drive. The Everex mini will be available from Newegg.com for $500 on March 1st.
The Everex mini features many ports for connectivity, such as gigabit Ethernet, four USB 2.0 ports, Firewire, S-Video, DVI, and audio I/O ports. It also features a four-in-one card reader, which works with SD, MMC, Sony Memory Sticks and Memory Stick Pro.
In terms of software, the Everex mini comes with several open source applications such as OpenOffice 2.3, Firefox, gMail, GIMP, among others.