Envizions - the company that brought us the $679.99 Evo in 2006
is now bringing us the 2009, Linux version of the console.
This one costs $380 and comes with Athlon 64x2 5600 CPU (clocked to 2.4GHz), an ATI HD 3200 graphics chipset, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, and a 120GB hard drive. It will use a version of Fedora called Mirrors, which says Engadget
"can be upgraded to a beefier build named Mirrors Evolution X."
It also will feature a "cloud service stacked with Amiga (!) games and an Akimbo-based video service. Beyond that, proper titles will be sold online and on SD cards for around $20".
So, you can now add the Evo to Onlive
to look out for in the console market.