April 18, 2002

New 'ultra-personal computer' will run Linux (and much more)

Anonymous Reader writes, "OQO unveiled a tiny modular computer this week at Microsoft's WinHEC
conference. The device weighs just 9 ounces, is small enough to fit in
your shirt pocket, and has built-in wireless connectivity to both
802.11b and Bluetooth -- yet it contains the processing and storage
resources of a well equipped desktop PC. In fact, it instantly
transform itself into just such a system by popping it into a cradle
that adds connections for a full-sized keyboard and monitor. But will
it run Linux? LinuxDevices.com has the answer to this question, plus
extensive specs, a photo, and some other intriguing details.

Read more
at LinuxDevices.com


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