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3/5/2009 11:00 PM EST
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re: Software a hurdle for ARM-based netbook hopefuls
joepaiii   3/6/2009 4:43:35 AM
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For a TI OMAP based netbook check out the following link. It looks really interesting, plus screen detaches and performs as stand-alone tablet computer! http://www.alwaysinnovating.com/touchbook/buzz.htm

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re: Software a hurdle for ARM-based netbook hopefuls
joepaiii   3/6/2009 4:43:35 AM
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For a TI OMAP based netbook check out the following link. It looks really interesting, plus screen detaches and performs as stand-alone tablet computer! http://www.alwaysinnovating.com/touchbook/buzz.htm

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