"Dell calls this embedded Linux, Dell Latitude ON. The
Austin, Texas computer giant describes Latitude ON as, a
"communication module," that "enables bi-directional remote access
to your Microsoft Exchange data with the single touch of a button
without booting or waking your entire laptop-lowering power
consumption and extending battery life."
"Yes, it is that, but, it's also a Linux desktop, based on
Novell's SLED (SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop) 10. This runs on
system-on-a-chip subsystem that comes with its own ARM processor
and flash memory that runs without needing to call on the E4200's
1.4GHz Intel Core2 Duo ULV (Ultra Low Voltage) or the E4300's
2.26/2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SP9300 CPUs or the system's drives and
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