Product Review - The EmperorLinux Wasp CF-19

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| The EmperorLinux CF-19 is not only rugged and preloaded with Linux. It also
| features a tablet working out of the box. The display can also be secured
| with a tough metal latch.
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http://www2.linuxjournal.com/node/1000431


Related:

EmperorLinux.com offering 3 tablet models with pre-installed Linux

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| They also come with one year of tech support. Being an IT professional that
| is not "married" to a particular OS, *I have to think that this is a very
| welcome sight. Now if only Apple would hurry up and join the Tablet PC/Touch
| revolution! *
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http://www.gottabemobile.com/Comment...07104c0d4.aspx


PepperPad pleases pair of publishers

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| Pepper Computing's Linux-powered, x86-compatible PepperPad 3
| continues to rack up rave reviews. CarryPad.com publisher Steve
| Paine calls the device a "hackable gem of a mobile PC," while
| Pocketables.net publisher Jenn K. Lee devotes nearly 3,000 words
| to "delightful stuff" about the product.
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http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS2619103097.html


Nokia N800 Internet Tablet

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| In contrast to the 770, Nokia really nailed it with the N800.
| Almost all of the shortcomings have been addressed, making the
| Internet Tablet an absolute pleasure to use. Is it a must-have
| device? Not really, but I sure enjoy having one.
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http://arstechnica.com/reviews/hardware/n800.ars


UMPC News : New Linux distro for MIDs to be launched in May. Redflag
Mid Linux

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| The new distro will have a 500MB footprint, will support
| power-saving features, boot time is shown as 18 seconds on
| one of the slides.
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http://www.umpcportal.com/modules/ne...hp?storyid=480


Linux-powered Mobile Internet Device video walkthrough

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| The finalized product could obviously change ever-so-sightly between
| now and then, but regardless, be sure to click on through for an
| in-action look at Intel's Linux-based MID, and try not to become
| too envious, capiche?
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http://www.engadget.com/2007/05/05/l...o-walkthrough/