Check out this new "custom environment" that allows an OMAP3-powered Beagleboard to run a total of four operating systems - simultaneously.
The platform - aptly dubbed Super-Jumbo and developed by Always Innovating - currently supports Android 2.3, Ubuntu Maverick 10.10, Chrome OS and AI's very own AIOS.
The entire disk image weighs in at just 2.04GB, which, as Liliputing's Brad Linder points out, isn't bad at all for four complete operating systems.
Personally, I think Super-Jumbo is a pretty cool concept, at least for devs writing code on or for multiple platforms. Of course, shelling out $150 on a niche tech product isn't all that farfetched, is it?