There’s a netbook out there that’s been getting a lot of attention from the community but little from other sectors in the tech industry – the System76 Starling netbook running Ubuntu 9.04.
Designed by Denver-based System76, the 10-inch Linux netbook runs an Intel Atom N270 CPU and has a 160 GB hard disk drive. These specs are pretty standard nowadays.
Other features include a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, VGA webcam, Ethernet, three USB ports and a slot for SD cards.
The System76 Starling netbook is reminiscient of the ZaReason Terra A20, but features softer angles and a beveled black design.