Linux in 2010

I stopped collecting this information in March.

Here is a (no doubt incomplete) list of commercial Linux based products, released in 2010.

Announced devices
Archos Home Tablets (Android based 7″ and 8″ tablets)
Motorola HS1001 (Android based IP phone)
MicroSpace MPCX28R (PC for railroad systems)
Broadcom Persona Tablet (Android tablet)
BVM touchscreen PC (Eight-inch panel PC)
Huawei U8300, U8100, and U8110 (Android phones)
Huawei SmaKit S7 (7″ Android tablet)
Huawei U8800 (Android phone with 14Mbps HSPA+)
Openpeak Opentablet 7 (7″ Tablet PC)
HTC Legend (Android phone)
HTC Desire (Android phone)
Samsung Wave (Phone running Linux based Bada OS)
Acer E400, E110 and Liquid e (Android phones)
NEC Emma (ARM based SOC)
Netgear MBRN3300E (3G Mobile Broadband Router)
Sagemcom Set-top box
HP Compaq Airlife 100 (Android netbook)
Parvus DuraCOR 820-A (Linux-ready tactical mission computer)
Kontron AM4020 and VX6060 (Embedded i7 computers)
MSI P55-GD85 (Main board with instant on Linux, Winki)
Pika Warp (Asterisk GSM Module)
Entourage Edge (Android e-reader)
Synology DiskStation DS1010+ (High-end NAS device)
Lanner network appliance (Intel i3/i5 based network appliance)
Camangi WebStation (ARM based Android netbook)
Advantec embedded boards (Seven embedded boards)
Compal Android Tablet (NVIDIA Tegra based)
Pegatron Neo (Android Asus netbook)
Touch Revolution NIMble NIM1000 (Android based board for lots of devices)
COM Express Conga-BM57 (Embedded Intel i7 module)
Portwell CAD-0205 (Atom based network appliance)
LG GT540 (codenamed “Switft”, mid-scale Android phone)
Yukyung Viliv P3 PMP (Android based Portable Media Player)
Notion Ink Adam (Android NVIDIA Tegra netbook)
ICD Vega Kitchen (Android NVIDIA Tegra 15.6″ computer)
ICD Ultra (Android NVIDIA Tegra 7″ tablet)
Samsung N127 netbook (Moblin netbook)
Favi ROILED-V Pico Projector (ETA March 2010)
Favi ROILED-Q Pico Projector (ETA March 2010)
Marvell eBox (Tiny ARM based computer, 1080P support)
Western Mediabridge set-topbox (Set-top box running Android)
Home Jinni ConnecTV (Android based social networking media hub)
Lemote YeeLoong8089 (Android multimedia netbook)
Samsung i7500 (Android based phone)
LG GW990 (Intel based smartphone running Moblin, due 2nd half 2010)
ZiiLabs ZMS-08 (ARM based Android media hub)
HP Smartbook (Android netbook)
Motorola Backflip (Android flip phone)
D-Link Boxee Box (Media player)
MSI U135 netbook (Shipping Novell’s Android remix)
Dell “Slate” (5″ Android device)
Sony Dash (Chumby like device)
Parrot AR.Drone (Linux based wireless controlled quad-copter, ETA 5th March)
Skiff Reader (ebook reader, ETA August 2010)
PopBox (Media box, ETA March 2010)
Sony XPERIA X10 (Android based phone, ETA Q1 2010)
INQ (Android based phone, ETA Q1 2010)
2010-01-13 Sealevel Systems Relio R5200 (Intel based embedded fanless computer)
2010-01-13 Via M’Serv S2100 (SOHO NAS box)
2010-01-08 iCD Vega (Android tablet)
2010-01-07 System76 Serval Professional (i7 laptop with Ubuntu)
2010-01-06 HP Mini 5102 notebook (Available with SUSE Linux)
2010-01-06 Texus Instrument eBook (eBook reader)
2010-01-05 Marvel Plug Computer 3.0
2010-01-05 Google Phone (AKA the Nexus One)
2010-01-05 Lenovo IdeaPad U1 (Tablet)
2010-01-05 Lenovo Skylight (ARM based smartbook)
2010-01-04 Samsung N210 and N220 Netbooks (Run Windows but include Phoenix’s Linux-based HyperSpace environment)
2010-01-04 PMP SmartDevice V5 (Linux/Android MID)

2 Responses to “Linux in 2010”


  • hi Chris, thanks a lot for the simple solution to the 3G modem dilemma. It resolved my problem so easily. I am new to Linux and it gives me great confidence that there is good help out there.
    I am using Ubuntu 10.04 and i just cant seem to make Evolution work with our Exchange server. Is there any way you assist me in resolving the issue. it keeps telling me that i have put a wrong password yet i know for a fact that i haven’t. Looking forward to hearing from you.

  • It might be better to ask for help on the Ubuntu forums, because I’m not sure about Exchange. I know there are different ways to connect, including screen scraping, or using the new openchange library.

    -c

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