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Review: Sharp NetWalker PC-T1

9 June 2010
  • Summary: For the Ubuntu user looking for a small tablet, the Sharp NetWalker T1 offers all those flavorful Linux bits just begging to be hacked and tweaked in a popular form factor that feels great in the hand, can easily pair with a Bluetooth keyboard for extended text entry (bring your own stand), has decent battery life, and of course comes with built-in access to countless repositories and applications.
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[Review] Sharp Netwalker PC-T1, the ultimate Linux handheld or just another gadget?

Akihabara News
3 June 2010
  • Summary: We really like the , but the PC-T1 is so far our favorite and this despite the fact that it could have used better plastics. It comes with only 8GB of memory, but you can still boost this up with a memory card. All things considered, the PC-T1 is a nice addition to a smartphone for someone who wants to get simple things done on-the go and feel too limited with a Smartphone and does not want to carry a bulky netbook… So if you really want to know, for us the PC-T1 is...
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Sharp Netwalker PC-T1

6 June 2010
  • Summary: Lo Sharp Netwalker PC-T1 è un tablet con sistema operativo Ubuntu 9.04, processore Freescale i.MX515, schermo da 5 pollici ad alta risoluzione 1024x600 e connettività Bluetooth e WiFi 802.11 b/g
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