Linux tablet PC breaks $1,000 barrier

This “article”:http://news.com.com/2100-1005_3-5112309.html?tag=st_lh
describes a 1Ghz, 30GB HD, tablet / laptop running Linux. “The Helium 2100, from Staten Island, N.Y.-based manufacturer Element Computer, is a convertible PC with a sliding screen that can be positioned for use as a traditional notebook PC or folded down for use as a touch-screen tablet device.”

This looks like a great breakthrough in convertible prices. The “hardware description”:http://www.elementcomputer.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=33
reveals all the standard features you would expect.

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