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Today at CeBIT, Intel introduced the 4th generation of the classmate PC, a convertible 10" touchscreen mini laptop powered by a 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N450 processor.
At the press event in Hannover Sascha from Netbook News had the chance to get his hands-on the rugged device and could not resist to try, if it still works after letting it fall to the ground. Check out the video to see for yourself.
Samsung showcased a large number of netbooks at CES 2010, but according to Ars Technica there was one netbook that attracted the most attention, the Samsung N127 running Moblin. Considering that the hardware specs of the N127 are pretty standard, basically the same as the Samsung N130, it must have been the Linux based software that got people interested.
Today mobile computing expert and Web entrepreneur Sascha Pallenberg shared his netbook market trend predictions for 2010 in this video. Sascha predicts that 2010 will be the year for Linux on netbooks, he especially sees Moblin, Jolicloud and later in 2010 Chrome OS as operating systems with high potential.