"A British Columbia-based startup called InkMedia announced an
under-$300 notebook that runs embedded Linux. Based on a Via chip,
the Ink Mobile Computer (Ink MC) depends on flash-based storage and
offers an 8.6-inch SVGA display, four USB slots, Ethernet, and
"InkMedia did not reveal the clock rate of the Ink MC, but said
that the device has 2GB of NAND flash, which contains a compressed
version of the read-only file system. The system also comes with a
128MB flash stick and two SD slots..."
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