Wired.com reports on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: "Royal Electronics introduced a Linux-based PDA, called Linia that uses Intel
StrongARM processor. Like most PDAs, it uses a graphical interface and has the basic application suite,
including a personal information manager, calendar, notebook, and phone book. But unlike most handheld
devices, it will run many Linux applications. Its high refresh rate allows it to run many Linux graphical
applications with minimal code tweaking required."
January 9, 2001