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Not only possible, but there's a company that's doing exactly that, with a tweaked BeagleBoard design: [link]

It's basically a BeagleBoard rev. C2 equivalent (I believe it's based on the B7, but is feature identical to the C2) with a built-in USB hub, a touchscreen (the touch part most likely USB interfaced,) a keyboard and touchpad (again, most likely USB interfaced,) USB-interfaced wifi and bluetooth, and 8 GiB of MicroSD for storage. Oh, and a couple decently sized batteries.

 is a RISC OS Userbhtooefr on 14/5/09 5:50PM
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