User:Fleminra/Comparison of Linux subnotebooks

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

See also/instead Comparison of netbooks.

This is a comparison of Linux subnotebooks. Content copied from Template talk:Linux mini computers. I'm making this article because it's interesting to me, but I think the Wikipedia notability police might persecute me if I put it in the main namespace. If someone wants to take up that fight, that would be fine, but the comparison becomes less useful to me if it gets cluttered with expensive and/or Windows computers.

make/model CPU/platform screen storage Linux distro availability price references
Acer Intel Diamondville 7–9″   Q2/Q3 2008 ~US$470 [1] [2] [3]
Asus Eee PC Intel Celeron 7″, 800×480 2–8 GB flash Xandros now $300–500  
Dell 8.9″  ?   USD 399-499 [4][5][6][7]
ECS G10IL Intel Atom 8.2″ or 10.2″ flash or HD     [8]
Elonex (UK) Aday5F-300 7″, 800×480 flash   $200 [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] Review
Everex CloudBook VIA C7-M ULV 1.2 GHz 7″, 800×480 30-GB HD gOS now $400  
Gigabyte Intel Shelton platform (1.6 GHz); 8 W 7–9″   June 2008   [14]
HP 2133 Mini-Note PC VIA C7-M, up to 1.6 GHz 8.9″, 1366×768 flash or HD SLED Apr. 2008 $500 [15] [16] [17]Cnet review[18]
Norhtec Gecko VIA C7-M ULV 1 GHz 7"   sub $300 [19]