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What are some fun and noteworthy gadgets for Linux that are still going strong this year?
Google gadgets for Linux include digital clocks, weather gadgets, arcade gadgets, WiFi meters, and more. Any or all of these fun gadgets can’t help but get your heart pumping.
You might want to try these geeky gadgets for Linux as well:
- How about a USB thumb drive that supports Linux? This military drive from IronKey sports a potted metal case that can easily be restored to a new IronKey if the key is lost.
- The powered sub notebook, RazorBook 400, runs on 512 MB of RAM. Built in WiFi. Just a bit larger than your hand, the RazorBook can be toted to class or the grocery store.
- Watch for the CherryPal Cloud PC. Can you believe it uses just two watts of power? Get 4GB of NAND flash memory instead of a hard drive and 256MB of RAM. See it here.
- Assemble some modular Linux gadgets such as engineering, control and industrial automation gadgets.
- Try some Screenlets. Check out the information guide, downloads and FAQ page here, to learn more.
- Kernel Linux, Data Recovery Software 4.02 does what it says. Recover your damaged, deleted, formatted, or corrupted partitions when operating systems such as Mandrake Linux, Turbo Linex, and other systems have been used.
Geeky gadgets, might, well, appear geeky, at least upon first inspection, but you know what happens when you’re willing to open your eyes and give something new a try. You just might like it.