Comparison of netbook-oriented Linux distributions
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Netbooks are small laptops, with screen sizes between approximately 7 and 12 inches and low power consumption. They use either an SSD (solid state disk) or a hard disk for storage, have up to 2 gigabytes of RAM (but often less), lack an optical disk drive, and usually have USB, Ethernet, WiFi and often Bluetooth connectivity. The name emphasises their use as portable Internet appliances.
There are special Linux distributions, called netbook distributions, for these machines. All such distributions are (supposedly) optimized for use with small, low-resolution .....
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