While EMTEC clearly knows
how to have a good time, it's getting back to business with the Gdium. If you'll recall, we heard about
this here netbook eons ago, but since then, we've been too overwhelmed by countless Eee
models and various changes in Wind
direction to even give this fellow a second thought. Now, however, we're told that the firm will be debuting the 10-inch netbook at CES in preparation for a US release. The Linux-based machine will come loaded with loads of open source software as well as a G-Key, which is described as "a bootable USB key on which the Linux operating system, applications, and personal data are stored." Expect it to ship in white, black and pink sometime between January and the end of time for $400.