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The Netbook will have support for 3G and Wireless internally (you just need the right card).

The hardware can decode certain profiles of MPEG4 and H.264 video (all the useful ones) at 720p. Geexbox on the Open Client is something someone will have to port.. HDMI output should come in handy here (no HDCP though, 720p playback is DRM restrictions notwithstanding - if we ship hardware capable of playing them back we are legally obliged to support the DRM too)

ADFS as in Active Directory logins? Yes.

 is a RISC OS Usermwsealey on 2/9/09 10:04PM
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