Talk about miniaturization – the GumStix NetStix 200FM computer is an engineering marvel as it is roughly the size of a stick of gum, measuring a mere 1″ x 5″. This tiny device is a fully operational Linux-based computer that is capable of connecting to a network and is powered by an Intel 200MHz processor which is ably aided by 64MB of RAM and 16MB of flash memory. There is even a CompactFlash memory card slot to help you boost the memory. Despite the extremely limited hardware specifications, the NetStix 200FM is one of the smallest mini PCs available in the market. You can pick one up today for $186.50.
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