We take a look at a the MH330 netbook from Fujitsu running on the MeeGo Linux platform.
The platform has a different design layout to standard interface software and the firms backing the platform, such as Intel, hope that it will become a popular choice for a range of devices including tablets, smartphones, TVs and even in-car systems.
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