highlandr wrote:Ah, but it is running a Crusoe CPU. Is it worth the performance hit for a little more battery?
For a larger laptop, probably not, but I think I could make an exception in this case. This machine is definitely not for everyone.
It is so small that I don't think anyone would expect it to be a powerhouse. But for the portability, it would be fantastic. I'd love to have one to take to class with me, or sit at the local coffee shop.
I was also thinking that this could be a neat idea for a car PC. It beats the heck out of trying to find a place to mount the PC, LCD monitor, and keyboard (with built-in pointing device). Just mount the cradle in the car and wire it in. Maybe connect up a USB GPS reciever. Possibly hook it into aux. inputs on the stereo?
I've got other PC's for power. This one would be for carying around everywhere all the time.