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tux droid

Post by random guy » Thu Dec 13, 2007 4:05

woot just finished last final exam. now i can do some stuff i was putting off including checking out tux droid (havent bought one yet)

dont know what it is?

http://www.tuxisalive.com/

availible at think geek
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/rc/9df0/

it is basically like the nabaztag but is tux, open source and no subscription fee. linux compatible of course (actually i think it is only linux compatible, i dont mind that though ;) )

check it out.

only thing that i would want to add to it is wifi, it connects to the computer over rf (wireless so you can use it anywere at home) and while that give functionalities like playing music stored on the system your computer needs to be on to do pretty much anything usful with it.
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Re: tux droid

Post by wolfden » Thu Dec 13, 2007 6:51

weird, but I guess if ya got the extra money to blow, why not

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Re: tux droid

Post by Fitzcarraldo » Fri Dec 14, 2007 12:19

The January 2008 edition of Linux Format magazine (LXF101) mentions that they received one of these and will be reviewing it in a future edition.

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