Not bad for $60! -
For $60, developers and Linux hackers can now buy the guts of the recently unveiled $200 Everex TC2502 Linux PC. The compact, ultra-efficient, x86-compatible “gOS Dev Board” comes with “gOS,” a lightweight Linux-based OS meant for use with Google Apps. The gOS operating system was initially created for use in Everex’s TC2502, a $200 Linux-based PC available for $200 at Walmart.com and at select Walmart locations. The gOS Developer Board product lets developers and Linux hackers buy just the TC2502’s motherboard, along with a CD of the gOS distribution.