|Type||Privately held, for-profit company|
|Founder(s)||Michael Rosenberg, Founder
Sharif Fanselow, Co-founder
|Number of locations||1|
|Area served||Products in 64+ countries|
|Products||desktop computers, thin clients, nettops, workstations, embedded systems, set-top boxes, servers, computer monitors, and solar panels|
|Services||eClinic software as a service|
Aleutia Computers Ltd. (pronounced al-oo-sha) is a privately owned computer manufacturer based in London, United Kingdom. Its product range consists of low-power desktop and server computers. Its products are used in the developing world and as original base designs for externally branded products. Its computers have been purchased by Unicef, Tesco, Schlumberger, Pret a Manger, Virgin Media, and the National Health Service. All computers come with the option to ship a version of Ubuntu or Linux Mint, alongside the mainstream choice of Microsoft Windows.
Aleutia was founded in London by Michael Rosenberg in October 2006, motivated by the unreliability, inefficiency, and expense of the Hewlett-Packard PCs in the internet cafe he had set up in Takoradi, Ghana in the summer of 2006.
Its first product was the E1, which was introduced for public sale in October 2007, was a fanless, low-power computer targeting the need for energy efficient computers in African nations.
The discontinued D series of desktop PCs are more powerful than the T series. It comprises the D1, D2, and D3.
|T1 / Tango 1||An Atom-based Mini-ITX computer that is aimed at nettop and thin-client use by both individuals and businesses.||?||no|
|All In One||The T1 with an integrated 21.5-inch LED display.||2013||no|
|R50||Server in a "sealed chassis".||2013||no|
|T1-R||Similar to the T1, but "ruggedized".||>=2010||2013|
|T2 / Tango 2||Similar to the T1, but with a dual-core Atom processor and a larger case to accommodate the larger heatsink.||?||Before 2013-03-14|
|H1||A product was introduced in 2006 with this name as "a handheld, low-powered, extremely affordable linux-based computer"; it was discontinued around 2007. Another product, the "H1 Hotel PC", was introduced in 2010.||2010||Before 2013-03-14|
|H3||VESA-mountable high-performance thin client. ||2008-2010||Before 2013-03-14|
|E1||A desktop "designed for Rural Africa".||2006/7||2007/8|
|E2||VESA-mountable mini computer.||2007/8||2010/11|
|D1 / Delta 1||Silent desktop office PC.||2008-2010||Before 2013-03-14|
|D2 / Delta 2||"Designed for power users".||2010||Before 2013-03-14|
|D3 / Delta 3||Dual/quad-core mini desktop.||2010/11||Before 2013-03-14|
|P1||"Perfect as server or for Boats."||2008-10||2010/11|
|Relia||Industral media PC.||>=2011||2013|
|Solar Classroom In A Box||All the IT equipment required for a solar-powered rural classroom.||>=2011||2013|
|12V Monitor||11-watt 20-inch LED display.||2010/11||Before 2013-03-14|
Pret a Manger
Uganda Communications Commission
The Ethiopia ConnectED project aimed to "build a solar-powered computer learning center that integrated the technology, theories of change, and pedagogical practices from the Hole-in-the-Wall, Education for All, and One Laptop Per Child initiatives." Aleutia supplied T1 PCs running Edubuntu, along with LED monitors, and solar kits.
- "Contact". Aleutia. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- "About Us". Aleutia. Retrieved 12 November 2013.
- "Enabling Free Healthcare in Rural Clinics". Aleutia. Retrieved 12 November 2013.
- "The Team". Aleutia. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- "WebCHeck". Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- "Products". Aleutia. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- "Overview". Aleutia. Retrieved 19 December 2011.
- About Us at the Wayback Machine (archived July 26, 2010)
- About Us at the Wayback Machine (archived April 20, 2013)
- "Aleutia E1". ZDNet. Retrieved 19 December 2011.
- Products at the Wayback Machine (archived July 7, 2011)
- All products at the Wayback Machine (archived March 14, 2013)
- Products at the Wayback Machine (archived December 21, 2006)
- H1 Hotel PC at the Wayback Machine (archived August 10, 2010)
- H3 VESA PC at the Wayback Machine (archived August 10, 2010)
- Products at the Wayback Machine (archived December 15, 2007)
- Products at the Wayback Machine (archived December 17, 2008)
- Products at the Wayback Machine (archived August 10, 2010)
- D1 Mini Atom PC at the Wayback Machine (archived August 10, 2010)
- Products at the Wayback Machine (archived July 23, 2010)
- 12V Monitor at the Wayback Machine (archived September 28, 2011)
- "Pret Point Of Sale servers worldwide". Aleutia. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- "Solar ICT Classrooms at 113 Rural Uganda Schools". Aleutia. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- Jason R.Atwood, USA; Davis Projects for Peace. "Ethiopia ConnectED". Retrieved 13 November 2013.
- "Solar Computers in Rural Ethiopia Used by 700 Students". Aleutia. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
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