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In theory, yes.
BUT...it was also discontinued nearly two years ago. Don't expect updates/support other than perhaps the warranty itself.
For less than $200 you could buy an Intel NUC (Celeron), 2GB stick of RAM, a 8GB USB memory stick, and a wireless (RF) keyboard/trackpad which could boot and run a "live" version of Linux from the memory stick (example: Ubuntu). It even includes a mounting bracket to attach to the back of the display as long as it supports HDMI (or use a HDMI-to-DVI cable). You could run a 100% current version of Firefox or Chrome web browsers with whatever desired add-ons are required, if any.
For less than $150, or perhaps even $100 (all in w/ wireless keyboard mouse), there are numerous lower powered devices (usually ARM CPU) that run Android and via various methods can connect to a LAN.
For even less than that one could assemble a Raspberry Pi (google it---you'll be amazed) and install a version of Linux.
4K madness: Visio P65-C1 (4K HDR10 & DV) / Oppo UDP-203 / Nvidia Shield / Roku Ultra / TiVo Bolt
1080P: Apple TV (4th gen) & Intel Nuc (LibreElec/Kodi)
Yamaha RX-A2060 5.1.4 / KEF iQ & Speakercraft (Ceiling) - Celerity 50' Fiber Optic HDMI between AVR and TV