It is awesome seeing all the pictures and stuff from Computex, great photos but it would be nice if we could see something to compare the items to. This way we could get a general idea about their size
The problem I found with Ubuntu is I got it working perfectly then when the next release rolled out it broke some of the stuff I had working (sound in the latest release, video play back prior to that which works now)
And now I look slightly unstable for that last post.
As a further suggestion to go along with the graphs, if they are converted flash or some other format where viewing them would take up less room it might be nice see price vs performance for the different benchmarks, specifically thinking of the motherboard/CPU reviews. It would make it a bit easier to compare the results of the AMD triple core processors vs the Intel dual cores.
What I have found is Linux is hard get working but once it is you are pretty sweet, windows though is easy to get working but once it is it will inevitably brake itself. This makes Linux perfect for certain users (for example older people who only use the net etc and have a younger IT specialist relation to set it up for them) but for anyone that uses their computer for more than just the basics (or softwar development) it is too much of a hassle
It is just a guess but I don't think they are ready for it with their new fabs and their older fabs are churning out AMD processors? Not sure what sizes they are working with either right now, maybe they can't do the size they need in the format they need. (eg silicon on insulator etc. (no I have no idea what that really means))
I am living on a system that is beaten soundly by pretty much any netbook (1.4 Ghz Celeron M, 512G DDR shared with radeon 200M graphics) but yeah I would certainly like something newer lol, would let me switch to the next fudzilla news article faster.