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Two More Tiny Linux PCs Each Cost Less Than $100

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Delivering significant computing power in tiny packages and at extremely low prices, this revolution has already produced the likes of the Raspberry Pi and the Cotton Candy. Today, the revolution shows no sign of slowing down. In fact, two new contenders recently emerged.

Looking for a taste of this new, Linux-enabled breed of tiny PCs? Here are two more to consider.

The Oval Elephant

First up is the Oval Elephant, a new mini PC much like the MK802 that costs just $72 and comes with Android 4.0, but can run Linaro Linux as well.

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