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A very reliable netbook, works great on Arch Linux (I imagine it will be totally compatible with other distros too).
|Processor||Dual Core Intel Atom N270, 2 X 1.60GHz|
|Screen||10.1 inch (1024×600)|
|RAM||1GB DDR2 SDRAM 400MHz|
|Graphics||Integrated, Intel 945 Express Chipset|
|Network||Qualcom Atheros AR242x/AR542x Wireless 802.11 g|
|Wireless||Yes||ath5k in Arch Linux|
|USB||Yes||One on right, two on left|
|SD Card Reader||Yes|
|Webcam||Yes||Not good quality video, very low framerate/resolution|
|Touch Pad||Yes||Tested regular movement + side scrolling, both work. Very occasionally I am suspicious the cursor jumps across the screen but can not confirm (it's barely noticeable)|
|Fn-Keys||Partial||All keys seem to work, assigned with Xfce keyboard shortcuts|
Worked fully without any problems on Arch + Xfce4. Battery life I can't be entirely sure but it lasts at least 4-5 hours with moderate use, mainly word processing and internet browsing. I've watched films with VLC and it worked very well, obviously the speakers aren't up to much it's only a netbook, it does include stereo input/output which work fine.
Sources: /proc/cpuinfo , free -m , http://www.pcworld.com/product/58075/n110-ka01-netbook.html