Showing posts from May, 2011

Trim Slice Tegra2 ARM Cortex-A9 "Chromebox" Starts at $199

Chromebook prices start from $349. Can you make it cheaper ? Well, we have an answer for you. Trim Slice is a Tegra2 ARM Cortex-A9 “Chromebox” Starts at $199.Trimslice This is primarily for developers who wants build things on top of various operating systems including Chromium OS, Android and Ubuntu. However, if you want to try Chromium OS and have a monitor and keyboard & mice, this might be interesting for you.Chromium OS on Trimslice The device is rich in hardware support and will suit for many purposes. It even has two HDMI ports !! NVIDIA Tegra 2 @ 1 GHz and 1GB DDR RAM is what runs this nettop. So, anyone who ignored the Chromebook and fancied about Chromebox during the launch, this one is for you !Chromeslice ! For specs and prices, click here. More pictures of Trimslice running Chromium OS, click here.via ChromeOSsite and

40 Best Open Source Graphic Programs

Following the great success of the 45 Best Freeware Design Programs and attending requests of more open source apps, here is a new extensive list of Open Source Graphic Programs that you may take into consideration for production use. There is a lot of technicalities when we talk about The Open Source movement, and we are not covering them here on detail, so please forgive with me if I am not being formal enough with all the terminology. You will find the name of the project, a lovely screenshot (who doesn’t love screenshots?), the Development Status (I’ve included from Beta to mature ones) and the supported platforms. Please notice that some of the projects may have restricted license use; before using a particular software, check first if the intended use is allowed. Most of this list allows commercial use, but that may or may not change in the future, so check first with the site before using it.As I said before, maybe they won’t replace your commercial apps, but som…