The XO-3 design work is coming along, still scheduled for the end of next year. The screen will be one of the latest Pixel Qi models. They will run Linux, though what flavor is still under investigation; followers of C. Scott’s blog can read the full details there. And like the XO-1.75, they will use an ARM chip.
In an IDG interview, Nicholas notes that design discussions about how to implement solar and satellite connectivity continue. Meanwhile, those interested in working on software for the XO-3 are invited to get involved in XO-1.75 hacking this summer.
Samantha Harris is a rising star in the Australian modeling world, recently on the cover of Vogue Australia, and proud of her Aboriginal heritage. She supports OLPC Australia’s work, which is primarily focused on Aboriginal communities on the mainland and on surrounding islands. Here is a recent interview she gave to Napoleon Perdis.
Pixel Qi is showing off at Computex this week in Taipei, and Charbax just posted a detailed interview with Mary Lou Jepsen from the floor. Look for the “Qi” button at 0:25, and serious geeking out on the physics and fab process starting at 5:00… and for the rest of the video! (For a quicker soundbite, he also posted this side-by-side iPad / iPhone / 3Qi comparison video yesterday.)
Pixel Qi are having a good quarter. They are offering a variety of display options, including wide-view, anti-reflective coating, and a capacitive touchsreen. And they have started winning industry awards. More details, and a Notion Ink interview (they say their Adam tablet will release on time in a few months), after the jump. Continue reading Pixel Qi in the limelight, Notion Ink speaks