"It seems Freescale (and at least a few OEM system builders) are
as doubtful as we are that Windows 7 will drive Linux from the
netbook market. The Freescale processor and the open platforms
complement each other quite well -- the chip is fast, easy on
batteries, and inexpensive, so adding a low-cost, lightweight, yet
highly functional operating system is a logical way to showcase the
best of both hardware and software."
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