The Utilite is an ARM-based $100 Ubuntu PC
| by Shunal Doke |
There's a new player in the less-than-$100 price range computer game—Compulab. According to FanlessTech, the company has unveiled its ARM-based Linux box, dubbed the Utilite. The box will essentially act as a computer and users can plug it into any display and start using it. Out of the box, the Utilite runs on Ubuntu, but since this is a Linux machine, we're guessing that users will be able to easily replace Ubuntu with any other Linux distro.
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