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Mandriva Linux and a Classmate PC


Intel's cheap Laptop...
After five days with three active kids, the Classmate PC still works, and shows relatively few signs of wear - just a little dirt and an unidentified food stain of some kind, probably ketchup, on the vinyl cover, which along with a thicker than usual plastic case provides extra protection from kids. The keyboard is not sealed, but we didn't need to clean it -- it wasn't that dirty. We ran through the battery three times, but Classmate was running most of the time we had it; the battery life was pretty good, lasting at least two hours at a time.
 read more | mail this link | score:1995 | -Ray, May 28, 2007
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