Configuring a Dynabook (was: Off topic)

Jim Menard jimm at
Fri Dec 11 21:36:59 UTC 1998

> From: Bruce Cohen <cohenb at>
> JENS at wrote:
> >> On the hardware side I see the Dynabook (with some extras) something
> >> like the following:
> >> 
> >> 	Touch screen (flat panel, 13" TFT color LCD)
> >> 	minimum 1024x648 resolution
> >> 	Wireless network interface
> >> 	64MB (at least)
> >> 	Remote boot (no hard disk)
> I understand the desire to eliminate weight of a disk, but there are two
> reasons why remote boot is (as presently implemented) undesirable:

How about PCMCIA flash cards?

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