to be true". What has prevented and prohibited anyone from creating such a laptop, before, when the benefits and cost savings are so blatantly obvious? The answer is clear: the monopoly situation on Operating Systems. When there is only one dominant Operating System, which only runs on x86-compatible hardware, it is very difficult to justify the creation of a laptop based around hardware that is incapable of running that dominant OS! So what has changed?

to be true". What has prevented and prohibited anyone from creating such a laptop, before, when the benefits and cost savings are so blatantly obvious? The answer is clear: the monopoly situation on Operating Systems. When there is only one dominant Operating System, which only runs on x86-compatible hardware, it is very difficult to justify the creation of a laptop based around hardware that is incapable of running that dominant OS! So what has changed?

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Written on March 13, 2011