(34.4 seconds is all the time it takes for this SUSE Linux with Moblin laptop to boot up)
Moblin 2.0 is designed by Intel's development team in Taiwan. It is built on Linux and is designed specifically for Atom. You will see 5 main areas on the startup screen. In the upper left corner is the calender, lower left is the major applications, the middle is the documents, and your friends' status will appear on the right. Add a navigation bar to the top of the screen, and Moblin 2.0 becomes the cleanest and the most user-friendly operating system interface yet.
As a matter of fact, we think that Moblin 2.0 is best suited for the relatively inexperienced computer users. For example, my mom or my kids might find the standard Windows interface a little too intimidating to use. In this case, Moblin 2.0 will help smooth out the transition.
Also, Moblin 2.0 uses about one third of the area for showing SNS status. Perhpas this is the trend for Netbooks with 3G or WiMax capabilities. In this regard, it might be wise to bundle Moblin 2.0 with wireless providers.
Of course, Intel would love to see their Atom sales go up. Therefore, this might be their strategy to invade the Linux-Netbook market by encouraging more Netbook manufacturers to make more Moblin-enabled Atom Netbooks.
Here we have some fresh pictures of the new Vodafone Netbook. This particular Netbook completely matches the profile we've just described. In addition to that is the Moblin 2.0 Aspire One by Acer, which they claim has 11hr of battery life. We also have a video clip for people who are new to Moblin.
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