A real-world comparison of five different sub-$200, hand-held, Linux powered mobile computers – Nokia N810, PocketCHIP, Noodle PI, Sony UMPC (UX90S), and an Android smartphone (used as a Linux terminal).
Comparing usability, speed, battery life, software availability… and general enjoyment to use. Then I ramble about them for a bit. Because they’ve all got their strengths and weaknesses.
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