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The Terra HD is a thin and lightweight 11.6" netbook/subnotebook by Linux hardware builder ZaReason. It is powered by a 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N450 CPU and an Intel GMA 3150 graphics processor, and comes with 3 USB ports, 3-in-1 memory card reader, VGA port, Ethernet port, Draft-N WIFI support, headphone and mic jacks, full-size keys, and a VGA webcam.
The Chitech CT-PC89E is a low-cost ARM-based netbook from China powered by a 667MHz Samsung S3C6410 processor. It has an 8.9" LCD screen with 1024x600 pixel resolution and weighs only 720grams (~1.59lbs). The netbook comes with 256MB DDR1 RAM, 2GB NAND flash memory, 2 USB 2.0 ports, SD and SIM (requires 3G or EDGE PCI-Express modem) card slots, WiFi 802.11, 10/100 Ethernet, and an optional built-in webcam.
According to the Chinese computer company Lemote the YeeLoong 8089 is the world's 1st laptop that exclusively contains free software. The 8.9" screen netbook, assembled by Taiwan-based manufacturer Quanta, is powered by a MIPS compatible energy-efficient 800MHz Loongson 2F CPU. It is equipped with up to 1GB RAM, and with either 2GB or 8GB SSD or a 160GB hard disk drive.
Hak5 Technolust is a tech show covering topics like network security, open source, and DIY modding. In episode 615, the 1st and certainly not the last I watched, Shannon Morse, Jason Appelbaum, and Darren Kitchen cover Google Chrome OS, Google Voice SMS scripting with Java and J-Bomb, and unlocking Linux on the Zipit Z2.