Great Wall U310: A keyboard with Ubuntu pre-installed

Sometimes it seems that the future tends to pick up things from the past, as in this case where we can see the Great Wall U310, a keyboard that has inside a PC in the purest style of the old smart keyboards, such as the Commodore VIC-20.

For a price of $ 260 we can find inside this keyboard a processor Intel Atom D525 at 1.8 GHz, 2GB of RAMy 500GB of disk space, the graphic part is managed by a chipset Intel GMA 3150. It also has Wi-Fi, a port VGA and RJ45, 5 USB portsbuilt-in microphone, headphones and speakers ..

All this is managed with Ubuntu, although as indicated in this article, other Operating Systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 can be installed.

Images taken from Liliputing y OMGUbuntu


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  1.   nerjamartin said

    Great!!! but it squeaks me a little to see the Windows logo on the keyboard instead of Ubuntu ... arghhhh!

    1.    Manual of the Source said

      And would you not squeak to see it in your comment? 😀

      1.    NeoRanger said

        Hahahaha! OK, dude! He's working there and was able to see the news.

      2.    Helena said

        touché hahahahahaha

      3.    nerjamartin said

        I sent it from work, where I have to use Windows.
        And yes, it squeaks me having to use it every day, but I have to earn my bread !! 😉

        1.    LiGNUxero said

          Why, if I also have Debian, the logito of my distro does not appear but a tux appears to me no more?
          This is discrimination> _

          1.    Helena said

            @nerjamartin: the truth is that if it annoys you to be forced to use windows, at university, all PCs have window $ and it is a pain to deal with errors and viruses when you are supposed to be learning xDD

            @gnuxero, it's true, I use arch but I only get a tux: /

          2.    KZKG ^ Gaara said

            Hi 😀
            You have to configure the UserAgent to indicate that you use Debian: https://blog.desdelinux.net/como-cambiar-el-user-agent-en-srware-iron/

  2.   ErunamoJAZZ said

    lol, and in which areas is this going to be used? ... is it the ultimate gadget for SysAdmins? hahahahha!

  3.   Riven taker said

    I like the idea, you just need to be able to project the image (without requiring a monitor) and I definitely "buy it"

    1.    NeoRanger said

      That would be incredible!! Obviously it would cost more, but it would be great !!!

  4.   René sandoval said

    What a Chingon !!

  5.   truko22 said

    Interesting ^ __ ^ is like the old consoles and the PCs all in 1

  6.   Nonamed said

    If so much relationship has with Ubuntu, I do not understand what the typical windows key looks like there

    1.    pandev92 said

      It must be a universal model where only the operating system was changed, period.

  7.   Windousian said

    It's almost like my Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128K +2… The cassette drive is missing 🙁.

  8.   jamin samuel said

    impressive

  9.   toto said

    Ubuntu? it would go better with #Fedora, #openSUSE than with that Cannonical marketed distro, shame for the true Linuxera community that does care about stability, efficiency, and performance.

    1.    Oberost said

      Ubuntu Hater Troll detected.

  10.   sieg84 said

    I have to get one of those.

  11.   Bedert said

    Great I want one 🙂 I would still prefer a pre-installed debian

  12.   Oberost said

    I want my old Atari 520ST back

  13.   ubuntuUSer said

    It is quite innovative but it has a basic design problem in my opinion, the part of the computer that is most exposed to accidents is the keyboard and that is why the all in 1 have the components on the screen. But bring ubuntu !! XD

  14.   Claudio said

    I like it, I would definitely buy one! It would be something like half an "all in one" !! haha, since the monitor is missing.

  15.   pepito said

    When they want to steal from you, tell them "let me even have the keyboard!" and hopefully they don't worry you hahaha

  16.   George said

    Give me two!

  17.   Damien Muraña said

    Very nice idea, cheap and small PC. As they said out there, it is not ideal to have all the components of a PC on the keyboard, it is the peripheral most prone to accidents, but it is a matter of taking good care of it. I definitely want one!

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