That's very cool. The fact that it wont ever run windows is the most
i.e.: wifi will just work. I have to big up the Chinese for this one.
Bigger screen than the EEEPC is going to be a winner.
I really like tjhe EEEPC, dont get me wrong, and I really thought I would
miss a HDD, but I don't, at all.
I have not even bothered adding any spare cards either, and I have loads
lying around, boxed and all!
The fact of the matter is, all I ever put on it was junk, crap, and more
i.e.: ISO images, and my iTunes collection. And I NEVER used it as an ipod.
These machines are far better served left as is - i.e.: used to surf
I am tempted to buy one, but I just shelved out 800 odd quid for some
spanking new suspension, and I fancy a new set of leather bottoms, or new
Komputers or bike stuff.... lap times or linux.... hmmm
On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 5:45 PM, Robert Sweetnam <linux at sweetnam.eu> wrote:
> Conor Wynne wrote:
>> > Suck on this hippies:
> > http://vanderled.com/onlinestore/product_info.php/products_id/81> >
> > Someone buy it and then tell me if its good ;-0
> There was a mention of it in The Register last week:
>>http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/04/11/dutch_vendor_touts_jisus_laptop/>> According to the article it's based on the Loongson (nee Dragon) CPU which
> is MIPS based. I would almost order one to just to see how well it performs.
>> More on the Dragon CPU over on wikipedia:
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