slurry47 writes: "From the website, "This past winter Calvin professor Joel Adams and then Calvin senior Tim Brom built Microwulf, a portable supercomputer measuring a mere 11 inches by 12 inches by 17 inches. Microwulf, at 26.25 gigaflops peak performance, cost less than $2,500 to construct, becoming the most cost-efficient supercomputer anywhere that Adams knows of. 'It's small enough to check on an airplane or fit next to a desk,'" said Brom."
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