Linux 'phone' does just about everything

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This $290 phone-ish device runs Linux and handles music, movies, photos, e-mail, documents, and more. It comes with 4GB of memory and can hold a customized computing environment, allowing you to hook it up to any computer and use your own operating system, web browser, e-mail client, and all that good stuff.

There’s also a 1.71-inch 256,000-color OLED screen, FM radio, image viewer, DivX support, office suite, Web 2.0-compatible browser, and VOIP compatibility. You might say it almost sounds too good to be true but the Linux community never ceases to amaze me. If anyone ends up buying this, please let us know how you like it.

WizPy [Turbolinux] via Red Ferret

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