Linux Powered Tablet PC Helium 2100 Announced

Posted: Dec 1 2003, 11:09pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:08pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Linux powered Tablet PC Helium 2100 Announced
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ElementComputer a small US based PC Manufacturer announces the Helium 2100 Tablet PC.

The Helium 2100 runs on a 1GHz Antaur processor from Via Technologies, includes a 30GB hard drive and uses a customized version of Linux operating system developed by Lycoris, a company that specializes in making Linux look like Microsoft Windows.
The Helium includes support for basic touch-screen functions, but a full handwriting recognition program is being created for delivery with a software update planned for early next year. More Details on News.com.

The Helium sells for a low $999, much less then other Tablet PCs on the market.

Right now the ElementComputer Web Site is down most likely because of to much traffic. We pulled a Photo of the Helium 2100 out of the Google Cache from the Site.

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