The Zealz GK802 is a little device about the size of a chunky USB flash drive. But unlike a flash drive, the GK802 is a fully functional little computer with a quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. It ships with Google Android software, but it can also run Ubuntu and other Linux-based operating systems.
Now there's an easy way to install Linux on the GK802.
Retailer Geekbuying sells the GK802 for $100, and the store has received a beta build of Ubuntu 11.10 for the device. This week Geekbuying made the software available for download.
If you're wondering what to do with that software though, ARMTVTech's deadhp1 has a few good ideas.