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Linux netbooks to hit the UK highstreetMatthew Aslett, January 7, 2009 @ 12:43 pm ET
According to The Telegraph: “The Elonex websurfer has just 2GB of memory – not that much more than a good mobile phone – and a thirtieth of what most full-blown laptops contain. However the netbook will be able to tap into your home or work computer remotely, accessing all of its documents and storage. By controlling your home or work PC remotely over the internet, the netbook should be able to compete with larger, more powerful laptops.”
At that price the suggestion is that they must have a Linux variant on board. The Elonex One – targeted at the education market and also available for £99 apparently runs a variant of Linux called Linos which is tailored to the chipset.
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