Hot on the heels of the Foxconn SZ901P, two more models from this Taiwanese OEM have popped up on the FCC web site. There’s not a ton of information about these new models, but we do have a bunch of photos, including some pictures of the computers’ innards.

Here’s what we do know. The new models are called the Foxconn NS20 and NS24 for now. But since Foxconn usually manufactures products to be rebadged and sold under different brand names, these computers will probably be renamed by the time they come to market.

They’re available with Foxconn’s FoxOS Linux distribution, although they can also run Windows XP and the user manual includes instructions for installing Windows XP. And both models feature 802.11b/g/n WiFi and a webcam.

You can check out some more photos after the break

via Wireless Goodness

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