Wibrain B1S runs Linux on 32GB SSD

Goods1_1210829014 Not to be outdone by the newly revealed SSD-toting Raon Digital Everun S32S Dic, the Wibrain B1 UMPC has just been outfitted with a solid-state drive (photo below) that’s offered in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities.

Christened the B1S and according to the product page, the VIA-based unit runs Ubuntu Linux and will be priced (via straight conversion) at approximately $383 (8GB), $527 (16GB), and $623 (32GB) when it hits the shelves in Korea. Whether the device will be available in other countries is unknown, but if it ever makes its way to the US, you can be sure that I won’t be reviewing it!


[AVING USA | Wibrain Korea]

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