Intel is releasing a new “communal computer” — targeted at rural communities — in hopes of getting more people connected to the internet. It features a rugged chassis, uninterruptible power supply, and all the standard amenities you’d expect from an ultra low-cost PC.

“…the tower-on-its-side system is dubbed ‘Jaagruti – which means ‘awakening’ in the local lingo – though ‘juggernaut’ might be a better choice given its size.”

[via RegHardware.co.uk]

Intel is releasing a new “communal computer” — targeted at rural communities — in hopes of getting more people connected to the internet. It features a rugged chassis, uninterruptible power supply, and all the standard amenities you’d expect from an ultra low-cost PC.

“…the tower-on-its-side system is dubbed ‘Jaagruti – which means ‘awakening’ in the local lingo – though ‘juggernaut’ might be a better choice given its size.”

[via RegHardware.co.uk]