The PictureBook, a.k.a Sony VAIO PCG-C1VN
This one came from Emperor Linux with Linux pre-installed. You could buy the system from traditional sources, but you would have to get Linux loaded and running yourself. Doing so is not impossible, but Lincoln at Emperor Linux has been very helpful, and I feel the support has been well worth any price difference.
Phil Hughes is the publisher of Linux Journal and editorial director of Embedded Linux Journal.
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