To those who follows the developments (and, in particular, the recent CES 2011), the trend
towards personal MIDs and tablet PCs is not just promising but logical. Quite a few major
vendors, such as Dell (with Streak and so-called 'M02M'), RIM, Samsung, Motorola
and Sharp (with Galapagos) revealed their plans to deliver ARM-based touch screen
computing devices to consumers worldwide. Along with ready-to-use solution providers,
Qualcomm showed-off its dual-core Snapdragon CPU, there has been news on Tegra of NVIDIA.
According to analytics, the year of 2011 is to be the rise of MIDs and that of biting a
nice piece of desktop and laptop niche.
I have a question. What does it mean for Fedora?
Misha Shnurapet, Fedora Project Contributor
shnurapet AT fedoraproject.org
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