[maemo-users] Another Potential Platform for a Linux based UMPC

From: Acadia Secure Networks acadiasecurenets at aol.com
Date: Fri Apr 13 01:08:41 EEST 2007

I know that. What is special is that the supplier is going to support 
both LInux as well as, apparently, a bare hardware option (i.e. no O.S.) 
thus saving the customer the cost of something that they don't 
want/need. In the same vein, Dell, in response to many requests, is 
going to offer certain models of Laptops w/o an O.S. to satisfy 
customers who plan to install their favorite Linux distro. If it comes 
to pass, this will be a good decision on Dell's part.

Best Regards,


John Holmblad


Acadia Secure Networks


abos at hanno.de wrote:
> Acadia Secure Networks schrieb:
>> All,
>> fyi. Here is the url to yet another recent entrant (the TabletKiosk
>> TufTab v7112XT rugged UMPC)  into the UMPC market and, in this case, the
>> supplier will. optionally supply, Linux, Microsoft Windows, or no OS:
>>    http://www.pocketables.net/2007/03/tabletkiosk_tuf.html#more
> This isn't really special. There are several 7-inch UMPCs out there and
> most of them should support any x86 Linux distribution. 7-inchers are
> WAY bigger than the N800.
> Regards,
> Hanno

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