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November 26, 2010 AT 9:28 am

Chumby Powered devices in Black Friday sale…

Chumby Powered devices in Black Friday sale, bunnie writes –

Infocast 99Bucks

First of all, two chumby-powered devices under the Insignia brand in Best Buy are on sale for Black Friday. The original 8″ Infocast device — an 800 MHz linux PC with an 8″ SVGA LCD and touchscreen — is rumored to be on sale for as low as $99 in some stores, although Best Buy’s on-line price pegs it at $129. Either way, it’s a smashing deal for a linux PC.

1152881 Rb

The other chumby-powered device is the 3.5″ Infocast, which you can think of as the Chumby One Internet Radio’s battery-less little brother. This, too, is on sale for Black Friday, and at just $79, it’s a steal.

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3 Comments

  1. Thanks Bunnie,

    This “InfoCast” will make my 3rd Chumby product.

    Chumby Guts from MakerShed:
    http://www.flickr.com/search/?s=int&ss=2&w=85142239%40N00&q=chumby&m=text
    and a Chumby One.

    Great product and so hackable too. I may have to break down and get the Chumby Hacker Board here from Adafruit so I have a whole Family. ( listening Santa? )

  2. Thanks Bunnie,

    This "InfoCast" will make my 3rd Chumby product.

    Chumby Guts from MakerShed:
    http://www.flickr.com/search/?s=int&ss=2&w=85142239%40N00&q=chumby&m=text
    and a Chumby One.

    Great product and so hackable too. I may have to break down and get the Chumby Hacker Board here from Adafruit so I have a whole Family. ( listening Santa? )

  3. Good to know, always wanted one. I’ll go for it.

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