Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 14th Mar 2007 21:56 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "The Sony UX1XN is quite possibly one of the smallest laptops ever. Think of the smallest laptop you've ever seen, and this will be smaller. Probably. Everything about it is dinky - it's barely bigger than a thick-ish paperback book, yet it packs a full Vista-touting PC inside its diddy dimensions."
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RE: packing
by CodeMonkey on Thu 15th Mar 2007 14:40 UTC in reply to "packing"
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Since we're discussing a world of free software, I fail to see why it makes a difference if the device comes pre-loaded with Linux or not. AFAIK, the GMA950 has X.org support. If you want one but would rather it run Linux, then you can always buy the device, and install Linux on it.

That's the beauty of free software. You are not tied to what the manufacturer gives you.

Now granted there's always the 'Windows Tax' but a quick Google search will show that getting a refund for your unused windows is not unheard of.

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