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[News] UbiSurfer Runs GNU/Linux Only, Comes for a Small Price

  • Subject: [News] UbiSurfer Runs GNU/Linux Only, Comes for a Small Price
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 00:37:41 +0100
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Impactâs Linux netbook cuts cord to mobile data contracts

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| The UbiSurfer, a Linux device with a seven-
| inch screen, a built-in SIM card and a 1GB 
| flash drive, retails for $299.



Sharp NetWalker PC-Z1 mini-laptop unboxed

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| Whatâs a bit astonishing is that this tiny laptop running
| Ubuntu Linux isnât the smallest clamshell device out
| there. Jenn also takes the time to compare the NetWalker
| with the UMID mBook M1 which is even smaller and looks
| more like a smartphone with a larger-than-average keyboard
| tacked on. The NetWalker dwards the UMID, but itâs still
| miniscule compared with a typical netbook and my guess is
| that touch-typing is going to be out of the question.


Sharp PC-Z1 NetWalker Mini Netbook Hands-on

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| The PC-Z1 NetWalker by Japanese electronics manufacturer Sharp is a mini-netbook
| with a 5" touchscreen (1024x600px) display that runs Ubuntu 9.04 or more
| precisely Ubuntu Smartbook Remix with a custom user interface adapted to the
| small size of this mobile device.


Sharp intros 5in ARM-based netbook

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| Asus may not be so keen on ARM-based netbooks, but Sharp certainly is. Today,
| it launched the PC-Z1 Netwalker, a weeny netbook based around a 5in display
| and Ubuntu Linux and an ARM Cortex A8-derived CPU.


Sharp launch Linux based Netwalker in Japan

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| The Ubuntu Linux on the PC-Z1 is a based on the Ubuntu 9.0.4 for ARM port,
| and with Firefox and OpenOffice, still leaves around 2GB free on the internal
| flash storage.


PC-Z1: Sharpâs Ubuntu-powered, touchscreen âMobile Internet Toolâ

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| Sharp says the device is targeted as users who look for a device that rolls
| Internet access, an electronic dictionary and an e-Book function into one.
| The PC-Z1 goes on sale in Japan on September 25 for $450 (in white and
| black). Sharp hasnât said anything about international sales plans yet.

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