If you ever wanted a free mini-PC capable to run a Linux distribution, then the Summer of Hardware event organized by Fedora might be just for you.The Summer of Hardware sweepstakes made possible by Fedora puts up for grabs 200 mini-PCs, consisting of 150 Raspberry PIs, 50 OLPCs 1.75, and 20 Arduino + Shield mini PCs.
In order to qualify for the even, which is scheduled to run until August 15th, users must fulfill the following conditions:
1. You must have a Fedora Project Account;
2. You must have signed the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement;
3. You must be a member of at least one non-CLA / FPCA Fedora Group;
4. You are a legal resident of a participating country/region of at least the age of majority for your region (we'll help you figure this out below).
More details about the event, including a full list of the full contest rules and eligibility guidelines, can be found on the official website.