Can you get Book PCs in the UK?
joe at pavilion.net
Mon Oct 2 18:11:20 BST 2000
On Mon, Oct 02, 2000 at 02:41:32PM +0100, Paul Richards wrote:
> Aled Morris wrote:
> > On Mon, 25 Sep 2000, Jonathan Bradshaw wrote:
> > >I'm looking to make a small router/firewall and what I'd like is a BookPC
> > >since it has a built in network card and modem etc. Now, in the US, they are
> > >pretty easy to get but I've not found anywhere in the UK.
> > >
> > >If you've not seen one.... here is a link to what I'm looking for:
> > >
> > >http://www.directron.com/bookpc.html
> > It looks a bit like an Elonex Prosentia BookPC. On board Ethernet is
> > standard, you can downspec it to Celeron 566, delete the monitor, add an
> > internal modem and the standard 64MB DRAM/10GB IDE HDD would probably be
> > adequate for your application.
> > Three year warranty, £568 +VAT.
> That's somewhat more than the $152 for the BookPC :-(
> The BookPC looks like an NLX system to me. NLX is a motherboard form
> factor like ATX but it has a very small footprint. I can get NLX systems
> for around £200 ish which is still a lot more than a BookPC. The PCChips
> motherboard must be a lot cheaper than the ASUS ones on my price list.
Do directron not ship internationally? With our FreeBSD contacts in
the states it should be possible to pursuade someone to take delivery
of one and then ship it over surely?
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