Tiny, LINUX-powered PCs invading the market

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LINUX is trying to be flexible across an array of all different devices coming out on all sizes, shapes and functionalities. These tiny PCs are believed to be the mark of the POST PC Era. But will this device even come close to doing just that?

Home PCs may be bigger in size and if the world is getting small and a tiny PC is to replace them, and then it has to have the same functionality that would go along with its size. Let's check the specifications of these units and see if they can live up to the expectations of a home PC. These tiny units should also be able to run more applications than its predecessor.

Has someone checked if this device is rootable?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #137111

Tiny, LINUX-powered PCs invading the market

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I believe all linux based machine is rootable. Tiny pc like android based tablets will increase its potential in the future.

But PC wont disappear ever in the course of history because PC will also increased its potential in the future also.

Its like PC is always farther behind it terms of performance.

I remember when I was a kid that pc gaming will be vanished because of golden era of consoles, but here we are now PC is still here.

Linux servers use computer chip, they don’t use mobile chip.

 

Answered By 10 points N/A #137112

Tiny, LINUX-powered PCs invading the market

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Hi Helenmarmstead,

 

Today’s mobile technology is catching up to the PC but still, the home PC is farther ahead than the new devices coming in. Lets cite the tablet for example, when it comes to computing power, the home desktop PC still is ahead. Mobility is the key driver for devices like tablets and smartphones.

 

Any device that runs Linux can be rooted. With devices like smartphones and tablets running on Linux, it would be easier to root them unlike devices running Apple’s iOS or Windows mobile.

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