A Review of the Always Innovating Touchbook
In the final analysis, I like the hardware much more than I like the software, and I like the Touchbook's potential more than I like its current state. If you just want a Netbook that works, stay away for now. If, however, you like tinkering and don't mind a bumpy road, there's a lot to like.
Always Innovating: alwaysinnovating.com
Re-install Instructions: www.alwaysinnovating.com/wiki/index.php/Reinstall_OS
Big Buck Bunny: www.bigbuckbunny.org
Daniel Bartholomew lives with his wife and children in North Carolina. His on-line home is at daniel-bartholomew.com.
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