In article <dsh6d5$1apb$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I can envision Americans asking their uncle from SA to grab one of those
> babies on the next flight across the Atlantic. I occasionally see Brits who
> That first milestone in SA should provide HP with a case study. It will get
> them in posession of a fully-working and properly-tested boxed laptop. Once
> they extend availability to cover other parts of the world, the price of
> such laptop would drop further. The initial investment in development and
> testing would no longer be a factor.
Uhm...you are writing as if this is HP's first Linux notebook. I think
you overlooked the HP Compaq nx5000, which they launched in late 2004
for the North American market.