Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Mon 20th Apr 2009 08:46 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Thus far it seems that netbooks with Windows XP and Intel Atom processors have been the most successful, leaving little room for other players. There have been those who doubt ARM's longevity in this particular market, so we decided to interview some of the folks at ARM. They told OSNews that the company is confident about its current and future mobile markets, and Linux, which will soon be on various ARM-powered netbooks, is one of the reasons why.
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RE: Palm Folio, Anyone?
by thelastdodo on Mon 20th Apr 2009 16:55 UTC in reply to "Palm Folio, Anyone?"
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There is a market for it. I am waiting for those to come up and order a couple of them. Come on.. for 300$ I'll get two of them and they wont come with Windows for a change and with 20+ hours battery life. I mean..seriously, it's almost like buying full blown computers for the price of candy bars, and you can carry them in your bagpack like mere books.

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