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Before pulling out of the netbook market in the end of 2011, Dell was one of the few big computer manufacturers that offered netbooks with a pre-installed version of Linux, Ubuntu Netbook Remix to be precise.
Here's another video with impressions of the new Unity user interface in Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 showing the quite radical changes compared to the UI in version 10.04. There is a new launcher on the left for quick access to you favorite applications, a workspaces feature for separating running applications, and applications and files panes displaying recently and most used items.
Ubuntu 10.10, code named Maverick Meerkat, was officially released today. You can take a quick look at the new Unity user interface of Ubuntu Netbook Edition in this short video.
Unity looks pretty good and well suited for being used on small screen devices, but will it really change how we think about our use of computers?
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.