I found this video review of the Linutop over at Linux Journal.com:
I’m using my Zonbu desktop again this morning, after a stint using the EEE PC around the house. The odd screen size on the EEE PC and the chiclet keyboard become an issue for anything more than a few minutes of use (at least for me). However, the <30s boot time is very appealing. The Zonbu could benefit from an SSD disk for the OS.
The Zonbu OS experience is still the smoothest, easiest to use, most “complete” feeling Linux desktop experience I’ve had. It just feels “right”. It’s a shame there isn’t a LiveCD so people can try it before signing up for the subscription. I think this could go a long way to opening up new markets.
It’s hard to quantify exactly what I mean, but they really have done an exceptional job putting the OS together. I have a few small gripes about rough edges, but overall it is an exceptional software product. And knowing some one else is actively taking care of things “under the hood” and ensuring application updates are pushed out on a regular basis is lovely. So is knowing my data is backed up somewhere in the Internet cloud.
The Zonbu team should be very proud of their achivements in this regard.
Now if the hardware was just more modern…
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