A New Netbook from Imovio based on Linux
The iKit hews to a petite version of the classic PDA clamshell form factor. Although at 3.7 x 2.6 x 0.6 inches, it is somewhat smaller than the Zaurus SL-C1000, the iKit offers the same PXA270 processor, clocked to 312MHz, and it offers similar memory specs.
The iKit also shares with the Zaurus its 2.4-series Linux kernel, and Qt Extended mobile Linux stack and GUI from Nokia's Qt Software (formerly Trolltech). Other similar Linux-based devices that come to mind when looking at the iKit include the Zipit Wireless Messenger (also PXA270-based), and the Sony Mylo, which shares the same Qt foundation.
Hardware features include 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, a 0.3-megapixel camera, a mini-USB port, a QWERTY/AZERTY keyboard, and a 1050 mAh, Li-ion battery, says the company. On the software side, the iKit runs a Linux 2.4.19 kernel. Its application environment is based on Nokia/Qt Software's Qt/E 2.3.8.
Specs and Price at the Linked Site Linuxdevices: