Linux Netbooks

HP Mini 1000 Netbook – Linux

The Gadgeteer is supported by readers like you! If you buy something through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Thank you! Learn more. I’ve wanted something like a netbook for a long time – and I’ve scoured a lot of PDAs, phones, and other portable devices …

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The Netbook Effect: How Small, Inexpensive Laptops Have Been Most Popular

What happened was something completely different. When Asustek launched the Eee PC in the fall of 2007, it sold its entire inventory of 350,000 units in a matter of months. Eee PCs weren’t bought by people in poor countries, but by middle-class consumers in Western Europe and the United States, …

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Xfce creator talks Linux, Moblin, netbooks and open-source

As Intel’s investment in the Moblin operating system receives more and more attention and more non-technical users are introduced to Linux platforms in the form of low-cost netbooks, 2009 will see open source become more common than ever. Under the hood, there are a lot of things that make Linux …

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The Pegatron and Freescale team for low-power, ultra-low-cost netbooks and nettops

Pegatron has been pretty quiet since parting ways with ASUS to do ODM stuff on his own – which is sort of the idea, since Pegatron mostly does the behind-the-scenes manufacturing. We’re happy, however, that the company has taken a peek out of its shell to show off these new …

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