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> On 09-11-22 2:04 AM, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ARM excited by Chrome OS
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>> | Chip designer ARM is excited about the
>> | prospect of Google Chrome OS, according to the
>> | company's EVP of Marketing Ian Drew.
>> | Speaking to TechRadar after being name-checked
>> | by Google at the unveiling of Chrome OS, Drew
>> | admitted that he couldn't predict whether the
>> | revolutionary principles behind the new
>> | operating system would be successful, but that
>> | he wouldn't bet against a company with such a
>> | good track record.
>> HP spins ARM- and Atom-based thin clients
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>> | HP announced two thin clients that run its
>> | Linux-based ThinPro distribution. Using
>> | Intel's Atom N280, the t5745 offers 1-2GB
>> | of DDR3 RAM, 1-2GB of flash, and eight USB
>> | 2.0 ports, while the t5325 incorporates a
>> | 1.2GHz Marvell/ARM processor, 512MB each
>> | of RAM and flash, and four USB ports.
> All the focus on ARM based smartbooks of late seems to be the thin
> client or cloud based OS variety. Will there also be ARM based
> smartbooks with SSD\Hardrives that offer a more conventional Linux
> operating system?
Sharp sells some with Ubuntu, but only in Japan.
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