Tux is a penguin character and the official mascot of the Linux kernel. Originally created by Larry Ewing as an entry to a Linux logo competition, Tux is the most commonly used icon for Linux.
TUX Case is the Acme Systems "physical" version of Tux. Designed in the 2006 as a plastic enclosure for the FOX Board Single Board Computer, You can place it on your desktop and run web services, peer to peer file transfers, networks services as a real Linux server with a power consuption of just 1 watt in total absence of noise and heat.
TUX Case is made in limited edition in Bologna (Italy) by CAD2001 exclusively for Acme Systems and was created following the idea by Sergio Tanzilli and Roberto Asquini to create a TUX toy that both represents Linux and runs it inside.
TUX case stands seventeen centimeters tall, with a girth of almost 34 cm and is composed of six parts in coloured PVC.
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Plastic puppet that resembles the very popular Linux icon TUX drawn by Larry Ewing.
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