Nate Williams writes:
3) Digital (the HiNote Ultra II looks nice)
Yeah, they look *really* cool. However, I tried to buy one a month or two ago,
and was told (by DEC, as I recall) that they have stopped making them and that
production of the replacement, the HiNote Ultra 2000, had not yet started. So,
you may be out of luck on that avenue.
* Use standard components. Nothing funky to cause you support grief.
I hope that stays true.
Add "expensive" to this list -- the Ultra II was listing for over $4000 US when
it was last for sale, as I recall.
In the "lightweights" vein, has anyone had any experience with the Compaq
Armada 41xx? It can be configured fairly light (although it is fairly big),
and I found an X configuration for it for Linux, but haven't really had a
chance to try it.