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Symbian OS ported to the Atom platform

Published: 2009-04-20 09:04:57

Symbian has ported its OS to Atom, the processor of choice in many of the mini-laptops that are proliferating on the market today, such as the Asus EeePC line. Symbian being an operating system written for small embedded systems, this is a perfect match.

Back in the days when Symbian OS still was EPOC, and was shipped with Psion’s hand-held devices, there was the Psion 7. Ahead of its time, it died, but perhaps its legacy can now live on?

I am eagerly awaiting an installer so I can put Symbian OS on the nice little EeePC 901 I got for my birthday last year.

Tags: netbook symbian

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