Off the Grid Computing
Today an Aleutia E1 showed up on my desk. I'm passing it on to Gadget Guy Shawn Powers for a full review, but in the meanwhile wanted to share with you the basics.
The Aleutia's claim to fame?
* Zero technical know-how required.
* Small, silent, and built for harsh climates.
* Available with portable solar panel, low-power LCD, and 14-hour battery for deployment anywhere.
Sadly the box we received was sans solar panel... too bad, we so wanted to go "off the grid". Another day.
Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.
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