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The Terra A20 is the first netbook by ZaReason, a Linux hardware builder based in Berkeley, California. The Terra A20 has a 10" matte LCD screen and is powered by an 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor. It comes with the Intel GMA 950 chipset, a 640x480 Webcam, 3 USB ports, SD memory card slot, VGA port, Ethernet port, headphone and mic jacks, and a battery that lasts up to 3.5 hrs.
Computer Giant Dell is the first OEM to ship a netbook that runs a Moblin based Linux distribution, Ubuntu Moblin Remix. The Mini 10v Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition is designed exclusively for Linux enthusiasts, developers, and Early Adopters, who are aware that Moblin is not a completely stable and bug-free operating system, I wonder which one is.
The 3K RazorBook 400 is an ultra portable netbook with a 7inch WVGA Active Matrix TFT screen weighing less than 2lbs. RazorBook 400 is equipped with a low power consumption Ingenic 32-Bit single core mobile processor running at a clock rate of 400 MHz, 512MB of DDR2 memory and 4GB Solid State Drive persistent storage.
The ASUS Eee PC 701SD is one of the early models of the Eee PC series that is offered with the Xandros Linux operating system. It is a small and lighweight netbook with a 7" WVGA LCD screen weighing only 2 pounds and measuring 8.86 x 6.30 x 0.79 inches.
The Linkbook is a netbook created by a South African company of the same name and sold by Vodacom, a mobile provider based in South Africa. The Linkbook has an 8.9" TFT display and is presumably equipped with a Motoral based PowerPC processor manufactured by Freescale Semiconductor.