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[News] Sub-notebooks with GNU/Linux Drop Considerably in Price

  • Subject: [News] Sub-notebooks with GNU/Linux Drop Considerably in Price
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 23:52:21 +0000
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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New from Qualcomm: ARM Netbooks, Open Source Initiatives and New Technology

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| Qualcomm invited everyone to their 
| Innovation Event 2009 in London on 
| November 22, where they presented the 
| newest out of their research labs and gave 
| a glimpse of where their journey was 
| taking them. Of interest to us were the 
| ARM netbooks and Qualcomm's newest open 
| source team.


Black Friday Deals Online

,----[ Quote ]
| At the other hand Dell in the occasion of 
| Black Friday offers Linux-based Dell 
| Vostro
|  8.9-inch netbook with an 8 GB solid-state 
|  drive for $184. One can get these deals 
|  online.


Reorganizing the One Laptop Per Child Dream Team

,----[ Quote ]
| Sean Daly is not quite a hire apparently, 
| but he seems to be turning into a sort of 
| a credible public spokesman for the 
| project within the community, something we 
| sorely needed.



Sharp NetWalker PC-Z1 mini-laptop unboxed

,----[ Quote ]
| 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.

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