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|8th December 2005, 00:49||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Is that a penguin in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
Do I really need to tell an Ars Technica reader why a Linux computer that can fit in one's pocket would be so cool? Probably not. These machines are the ultimate in small form factor, trading power and performance for size, portability and convenience. The navigation of this tradeoff is of paramount concern: give up too much power, and the device is useless; too little, and it'll be inconveniently large. I've taken a look at how two products, The BlackDog Pocket Linux Server and the Waysmall 200BT, navigate these treacherous waters.
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