SheevaPlug: The Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Computer

022509_rg_sheevaplugcomputer_01.jpgComputers are rapidly diminishing in size, but if you would have shown me this computer, I would have assumed that it’s a power adapter. I would have been wrong, because it’s a tiny computer masquerading as a power plug. There have been other small Linux computers out there, but the fact that it’s available for $99 right now is also a marvel. That’s good, because Marvell, the company who makes this thing, will soon announce a $50 price drop.

1 Response to “SheevaPlug: The Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Computer”


  1. 1 Joe Shiota December 31, 2009 at 22:40

    I’m interested in this SheevaPlug.

    I found one of your base is in Taiwan
    inthis blog, so I would like to know
    which company or comouter shop can
    treat this item and buy it in Taiwn.

    If you know such company or shop,
    could you intoduce those by e-mail

    regards

    Joe Shiota


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