As for the device itself, here it is:
USB-powered, HDMI/3.5mm/RCA audio output, two USB ports and a 100mb Ethernet port… more computing power than you need for basic browsing/email/Word/etc. – all for $35. Craziness.
Apart from being used as regular desktop computers these have the potential to be low-power webservers, DHCP servers, control any number of household items or a huge number of other uses – your imagination really is the limit. In use as a desktop they’re quite responsive – boot time is around 30 seconds with an average SD card – and the operating system GUI is surprisingly snappy.
Keen for one? Hit us up at [email protected] and we’ll add you to our list for when the next order comes in!