Has ASUS all but given up on Linux?
May 27, 2009, 16:37 (2 Talkback[s])
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"I say that not because I expect Linux to be there (far from
it), but I was attending an event hosted by a company which once
rose to prominence of the back of a Linux-based operating
"As I've commented before, one of the reasons why ASUS's
original Eee PC received so much notoriety what the fact that it
was not only the first ultra-portable netbook, but the first
netbook that shipped with Linux in a "mass market" way.
"Sure there may have been others before it, but the Eee PC
defined the market for a commodity netbook PC based on standard
components running a Linux-based OS."
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