Linux News Today: Logic Supply Is Giving Away a CL100 Ubuntu-Powered Mini-PC, Here's How to Win
Logic Supply informs Softpedia about a new contest they’ve put together to promote their fanless and ventless industrial PCs, and they’re giving away one of the new CL100 ultra-compact mini-PCs powered by Ubuntu Linux.
We were among the first to announce the general availability of the CL100 tiny, fanless, and ventless industrial PC that promises to offer more than meets than eye last month. The device has a tag price of $302 (€270) without a primary storage drive or $347 (€310) with a 32GB mSATA SSD, but you can now win one, for free.
And you don’t even have to do anything special, just find your dirtiest PC, either at home or at work, make a picture of it to show the world how dirty it is, and send it to Logic Supply, but make sure that you also include the #GoFanless tag in that picture (see the examples already submitted and the complete rules on the company’s page).
“We hear horror stories every day about computers, Logic Supply CL100 Mini-PC clogged with dust and debris, overheating and failing,” said Andrew Swayze, VP of Marketing at Logic Supply. “We want to highlight the benefits of fanless computing and let people know that there’s a better way.”
So, what are you waiting for? Go find that dirty PC and maybe you’ll be the lucky winner of a CL100 fanless and ventless industrial computer. The even greater news is that Logic Supply will choose a winner every week until the end of the contest on August 10, 2016. Good luck!