Mongoose OS is an open-source
operating system for tiny embedded systems. It is designed to run on
devices such as microcontrollers, which are often constrained with memory on the
order of tens of kilobytes, while exposing a programming interface that
provides access to modern APIs normally found on more powerful devices. A
device running Mongoose OS has access to operating system functionality
such as filesystems and networking, plus higher-level software such as a
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By Softpedia News (Marius Nestor)
Entroware, the UK-based hardware manufacturer known for delivering high-quality, Linux-based desktops, laptops, and servers solutions powered by Ubuntu, informs us about a new laptop model called “Zeus.”
Designed to be an ultra portable mobile workstation or gaming machine that’s 18.6mm thin and weights only 1.9 Kg, Entroware Zeus uses the Nvidia’s latest MAX-Q design-philosophy. It packs a sleek, premium quality aluminum chassis that’s light and durable.
“With Intel’s latest 7th Generation processors, up to 32GB of super fast DDR4 memory, and PCIe/NVME storage options, your Zeus can be configured for even the most demanding of requirements when on the move,” said Entroware in the press announcement.
Under the hood, Entroware Zeus boasts an incredible amount of computing power, as you can see from the technical specifications listed below, and it can be configured with built-in LTE networking support so you won’t have to reply only on Wi-Fi hotspots anymore.