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Next toy!?

When Bunny and many people switch to iBook, I start to consider which will be my next toy. iBook is attractive and MacOS X got many innovative design which is worth to port to Gnome. However, Jobs’ decision to move Mac to Intel really stop me to be the last lamb or first white rats.

Mike Beattie’s blog remind me that TabletPC is another road that FreeDesktop should go. Having a TabletPC sound interesting. Compaq TC series is always the Tablet PC should be in my mind. Detachable keyboard and handy enough. However, it still using celeron. It sounds it already support GNU/Linux slightly well. WirelessLAN, bluetooth, Pen, special key run pretty well. But the suspend mode is still crap and no one have information to make the SD/MMC reader work. BTW, wish they work when I got the money. Before that, I would like to mark the related information down and aware the exists of Tablet Application under GNU/Linux.

Zaurus got another new model SL-C3100, cost about HKD5800, pretty expensive.


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Comments

  1. June 15th, 2005 | 23:40

    I’m looking at OQO, a smallish notebook is much better than a PDA. Price is a little steep, and battery life is a concern, though.

  2. June 16th, 2005 | 8:20

    I prefer a tablet pc rather then that box. the price is too high.

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