Amongst the other items you can expect to see at Computex 2009 Foxconn will be showing off a Moblin based netbook.
Moblin is Intel's flavor of Linux for netbooks and is actually not a bad OS. I had the chance to tinker with the beta in a VM and thought it had a very nice flow and was very easy to work with.
The Foxconn flavored Moblin offering will have an Atom N270 1GB of RAM and a 160GB HDD. For the true mobile user 3G wireless has been thrown in as well.
Read more here.
it looks like Foxconn is among the first out of the gate with a Moblin-running netbook at Computex Taipei, with its new SZ901 model opting for Linpus' just-revealed distribution of the OS. As you might expect, however, there aren't exactly many surprises beyond that welcome addition, with the 10.1-inch netbook packing the usual Atom N270 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and built-in 3G, along with a glossy finish all around.