Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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> | So I went into the electronics section and asked about Wii availability.
> | Then a nutty idea came to me, in a toy store yes, I asked, about "sub
> | notebooks". The guy said that we didn't have anything except "kid
> | computers" I looked over in the direction he was pointing and saw the
> | "Eee" display. "Kid computers", I thought? Happy to see them I noticed
> | the white Eee701 was Windows XP and with no flag logo I assumed (and the
> | sales guy told me I was right) that the black Eee701 was Linux. What a
> | great surprise to actually see the Eee701 in an electronics section of a
> | toy store.
Toy shops like Toys R Us can make a fortune by making kids PDAs.
They merely need to spec it to Linux manufacturers and it will
become available for under $50.
Wonder how many product managers are thinking like that about
free Linux in embedded Linux products?