http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/19/cvs-to-sell-100-sylvania-netbook-and-179-e-reader-this-fall-t/ I just saw this... and I'm wondering about it. I know some people who completely would hate to buy a used computer, but only use Facebook and simple websites, but most of them wouldn't want to deal with those issues. Windows CE just looks painful to use. Maybe somebody might buy it to learn Linux on unsupported hardware, though. I might buy one just to see it, and the reviews I've seen have been very, very negative. The processor I've seen looks like it's not available for any Linux distro. Maybe if somebody came up with a port of DSL (A Linux distro, extremely small) for that hardware, maybe even pre-installed, it could actually take off. It almost reminds me of some of NohrTec's products, though it doesn't seem nearly as good. So, is there any crowd who would actually buy it?