With all a courtesy on Intel’s Atom processor winning a netbook landscape, is there goal for alternative manufacturers? Guess so, as a 8.9″ Linkbook netbook which we see here is powered by a Freescale PowerPC processor – a same thinly slice used in Mac computers for a satisfactory series of years until only a couple of years back. The Linkbook is means to offshoot up to a Internet as prolonged as there is a decent vigilance thanks to a 3G modem to one side a SIM label slot, 16GB of inner peep mental recall as well as 256MB RAM. Its 8.9″ arrangement won’t be means to hoop HD video though at only 1024 x 600 resolution, but at slightest we do get a simple two USB 2.0 ports, microphone as well as headphone jaacks as well as a webcam. no Windows on this as it will run on Link OS, a law handling system wihch is formed on Ubuntu. Vodafone of South Africa will suggest this for a small $25 when we pointer up for a 2-year use contract, now how about that!