The ubuntu remix isn;t the best, esp. when connecting to external monitors,
and switching between netbook and standard modes ..
Think I might dump it for the standard edition..
2009/5/20 Michael Watterson <watty at eircom.net>
> I'd go either 4" to 5" Widescreen (800x480 to 1024 x600) (pocket devices)
>> Or 9" to 10" (real Netbooks usuable as real laptops)
>> many of the 7" are not much smaller than 9"/10" (big bezels) and only
> 800x480 (same as 4.3" to 5" screen)
>>> linpus seems much superior to Unbuntu Remix for Netbooks and is kind of
> Fedora like.
>>> But I'm not entirely sure what you are asking.
>> 6" to 7" devices that are any good are as expensive as 9" /10", and a lot
> less functional in terms of resolution but not really more portable.
>> Many makers dropping 7" as it was only to get the screen price down.
>> Frank Murphy (Frankly3d) wrote:
>>>>> going this way rather than:
>> The Missus Insisted, that it was too small :).
>>>> The only place I could ( Google)see was laptopsdirect, (cheapish cost)
>> I know there was some stirrings about there
>>>> and, yes, Fedora will be enthroned on it.
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