View Full Version : New Groovix machines from Open Sense Solutions

March 16th, 2006, 06:07 PM
We would to formally announce these new Ubuntu products from Open Sense Solutions:

1. Groovix GT high performance computers using the Asus A8N-SLI socket 939 motherboard.
With two PCI-E SLI slots, you can combine video card performance for a single user, or have two simultaneous users going head to head in games like Doom 3 or Quake 4 using our SLIM 2-user option. With 10,000 rpm WD Raptor hard drives and dual-core AMD processors, this is the fastest Linux desktop machine you can buy.

2. Groovix GS mid-tower computers using the Asus A8V socket 939 motherboard.
This model is designed to hit a price/performance sweet spot, and is plenty of computer for everything but intense gaming.

3. Groovix ML and MM notebooks.
These laptops are based on MSI Turion/Sempron 64-bit designs, have 12" and 15.4" wide screens, and are "Windows Tax" free. We are debuting them with Dapper Drake 6.04 since the laptop support is much better than Breezy, and are giving unlimited tech support until the final release of Dapper in April or May.

4. Of course we are still selling our very popular Lini model, which is a small form factor PC that still has enough room for TV tuner cards and high performance components. Now the LINI is also available in a 2-user SLIM (Simultaneous Local Independent Multiuser) configuration, giving the functionality of TWO computers in an extremely small package.

5. Ubuntu Repositories on 3 DVDs for dial-up users.
You can use the DVDs one at a time in the DVD drive, or copy them all to your hard drive for the fastest and easiest software installs possible. If these are popular we may offer more architectures besides i386.

Upcoming products include a MythTV offering using Hauppauge hardware-based decoder cards and Cedega pre-installed for gaming.

As always, we love to hear feedback on our current products and suggestions for future products.

Thank You,
Michael Pardee
Open Sense Solutions LLC

Lord Illidan
March 16th, 2006, 06:32 PM
Seems nice.