The AarLogic C10/3 is a Linux PC which is the size of a box of matches. Not only is it v small, it also contains a quad band GPRS module and a GPS chipset for all your satnav loveliness. Ethernet and USB ports, 4MB of memory and an SD card slot round out the major specs, and it’s powered by twin ARM processors. €192.00 with SIM card holder.
The heart of the PC is two ARM processors, responsible on one hand for the GSM component, and on the other for applications executable under Embedded Linux. The processor module, including the GSM component, is also available for purchase separately. Despite its small surface area – roughly the size of a matchbox – its 160-pin socket provides a wide array of connectivity options. Aside from keyboards, digital cameras and reading devices, this also includes WLAN, Bluetooth and GPS components.