Technology Helping The Developing World
Sky News profiles Aleutia, NComputing, and Nicholas Negroponte of OLPC on their attempts to bridge the digital divide. Aleutia founder Mike Rosenberg explains the importance of local support and our close partnerships with people on the ground (2:30 – 4:30 in clip).
The UK’s Biggest PC Magazine Reviews the H1 . July, 2009
"The H1 is roughly the size of a car stereo, and will happily fit under a monitor stand or on a shelf. You'll have to make sure you don't block the perforated metal vents on the case, though, as the H1 relies on passive cooling. This also means there aren't any noisy fans, so if you need a quiet PC, this is ideal."
Aleutia customer The Yachana Foundation of Ecuador featured in the NY Times. May 1, 2008
Watch the video of columnist Nicholas D. Kristof’s visit there. (Aleutia’s computers appear at minute 4:58.)
Aleutia in the Guardian’s monthly Education Link section March 18, 2008
Jack Kenny concludes, “The Aleutia’s size, price and tough build make it immediately attractive to schools, while Linux software makes it less prone to viruses. In addition to the flexibility the Aleutia provides, there is also the appeal of something cool and green — sustainability is important.”
ZDNet Review: Aleutia E1 February 21, 2008
“The Aleutia E1 is a creditable effort at creating a compact, low-power desktop computer…”