the toshiba ac100 is some awesome piece of hardware. it's an arm-netbook with a nividia tegra2 dualcore processor, stylish look and pretty light-weight.
- debian: official debian-on-toshiba-ac100, see.
- debian: how to install debian from inside a working ubuntu installation on your ac100
- gentoo: how to gentooify your ac100. (this is an #28c3 project.)
- ubuntu, official and excellent how-to, see.
- lubuntu: how to switch to a clean lxde/lubuntu environment from the heavy gnome/ubuntu environment.
more interesting stuff to come.
- nvidia tegra2 processor, dualcore 1ghz
- 512mb ram (ddr2)
- internal 8-32gb emmc storange
- 10" display, 1024x600 resolution
- 1.3m web camera
- hdmi out, capable of fluent 1080p videos
- external sdhc-slot (up to 32gb)
- usb 2.0 output, micro-usb input
- wlan modem (802.11 b/g/n)
- some models come with wwan/3g modem (hsdpa)
- combo: line-out/mic-in
- weights 870g
- 1.5-2.5cm thin