Larry Ewing). The Tux Droid is wirelessly connected to your computer via its cute fish shaped dongle, which has a striking resemblance to Tux himself. What does Tux do? He’ll do a little dance whenever you get an E-mail, Twitter message or a Facebook messag; he also has a text-to-speech engine, and by interacting with Tux Droid, you can also complete certain tasks on your computer. If you aren’t right next to him to interact with him, you can use Tux Droid’s remote control.has released the new Tux Droid 2.0. Tux Droid is essentially a Open Source that looks like Tux the Penguin (Tux was originally designed as the Linux mascot by
In the spirit of Linux, Tux Droid is a Open Source device; all of the source code is available for Tux Droid, which means if he doesn’t do something you would like right now, you have the power to change that.
Just head on over to ThinkGeek.com and for $149.99.and take a look. Strangely enough, Tux Droid works on Windows as well as any Linux distro with a 2.4 kernel or better. Tux Droid is available at