|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] [lincoln@EmperorLinux.com: See EmperorLinux Laptops at LinuxWorld NYC Feb 14-15]
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Subject: See EmperorLinux Laptops at LinuxWorld NYC Feb 14-15
From: "Lincoln D. Durey, Ph.D."
To: EmperorLinux Customers
Organization: EmperorLinux, Inc.
Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2007 16:27:07 -0500
X-Mailer: Evolution 2.6.3 (2.6.3-1.fc5.5)
Portable Linux Enthusiast,
I'd like to invite you to join EmperorLinux at the LinuxWorld Open
Solutions Summit NYC Feb 14-15. Details: www.EmperorLinux.com/linuxworld
- Experience a full range of business-ready Linux laptop solutions,
including the Rhino D820: www.EmperorLinux.com/rhino
- Try handwriting recognition on Linux with the Raven X60 Tablet:
www.EmperorLinux.com/raven/ (our second-generation Linux tablet)
- Hands on the new Tarantula CF-30 Touchscreen rugged Linux laptop:
www.EmperorLinux.com/tarantula/ with full MIL-SPEC certification
- Meet and talk tech with EmperorLinux Founder & CEO Lincoln Durey
- In depth discussion of 64-bit Linux on Core 2 Duo laptops
- Cost savings analysis: Migrating your users to Linux laptops
We would like to invite interested customers to attend the LinuxWorld
Open Solutions Summit as our VIP guests. Some of the highlights of the
VIP program include:
- Free admission to Sponsor Showcase as a guest of EmperorLinux
- Sign up with [Priority Code N0113] for $200 off the 2-Day Conference
The Raven X60 Tablet, based on the ThinkPad X60, is the evolution of
the Raven X41 Tablet, the first fully-supported Linux-based tablet ever
available. This second generation machine offers a higher resolution
1400x1050 LCD; faster, dual-core CPU; and larger hard drives. You'll be
encouraged to try out the Raven X60 Tablet running Linux, including
open-source handwriting recognition, tablet buttons, dynamic screen
rotation, on-screen keyboard, and many other features.
The Tarantula CF-30, based on the Panasonic Toughbook CF-30, enjoys a
MIL-STD-810F certification for ruggedness and has a touchscreen LCD with
both pen and finger input. These systems will allow military, police,
and corporate IT departments with a requirement to use Linux in harsh
outdoor field conditions to enjoy a fully-supported, mil-spec rugged
Linux laptop. Strong ruggedness means a system that will last much
longer than typical commercial-grade laptops in harsh conditions.
Having internal A/B/G wifi, EVDO cellular data, and GPS makes the unit
fully self-contained, with no need to attach fragile external devices.
Thanks for your time, and I look forward to meeting you in person at
the LinuxWorld show. Please call me if you have any questions.
| Lincoln D. Durey, Ph.D. | Phone: 1-888-651-6686 |
| Electrical Engineer | in GA: (770)-612-1205 |
| EmperorLinux, Inc. | Fax: (770)-612-1210 |
| 900 Circle 75 Pkwy. | web: www.EmperorLinux.com |
| Suite 1380 | support: support-at-EmperorLinux.com |
| Atlanta, GA 30339 | email: lincoln-at-EmperorLinux.com |
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