T-Platforms launches a Linux-based, MIPS-powered all-in-one PC (in Russia)
Most modern desktop and notebook computers ship with Intel or AMD processors and Windows or OS X software. A few companies are positioning products with ARM-based chips as desktop computers. But the Tavolga Terminal TB-T22BT is something different.
This all-in-one desktop PC has a MIPS-based processor and runs Debian 8 Linux software.