In other words, the upcoming Fukato Datacask Jupiter 1014A will ship this month with what we can now safely say are industry standard component. The laptop will sport a 160GB hard drive, which is one of the larger hard drive I’ve seen in a netbook. But by no means is it the highest capacity hard drive available.
The computer will be available in Linux and Windows flavors. The Linux version will use a custom distribution based on Knoppix and will cost about 369 Euros or $525 US. The Windows version will be available in October for an extra 30 Euros.
via Eee PC News.de