One working place becomes by 30% cheaper

By Andrey Systerr on January 28, 2011

This article is devoted to implementation of "multiseat" with hardware acceleration on basis of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. The example that I describe is already set in operation, the system is successfully working for about half a year in an office in Minsk, Byelorussia. The problems of implementation and realization are described by an usual student who works up as a system administrator.


I was working as a system administrator in a small office in Minsk when our company took a decision to renew the computer park. At that time I was faced with a problem. Modern computers have efficiency level that is much higher than office computers need.  Furthermore efficiency differences don't really influence the price. Cheep computers based on Atom cost practically same money like more efficient computers based on Amd and Intel processors (motherboard with Atom processor costs about $100-150, May 2010, Minsk, same price in October 2010).

A new gadget by HP stays in the middle of the evolution curve

By Emma Brem on September 15, 2009

dreamHP comes up with DreamScreen 100: a next-gen innovative gadget that combines functions of a connected screen, web browser, media player and more, and allows mobile social networking, wireless media sharing, and data storage. This device brings the concept of a connected screen to a new level by introducing non-precedent functional while being simple, intuitive, and stylish.

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