Hi, I was checking to set-up a musical server and I'm planning to get a squeeze box duet.
I was wondering if someone is using it and if it's run well under Fedora.
I've recently become interested in DUET, Intel's UEFI emulator for developers. I'm reading that it can be installed to a hard disk, but what does this make it? Some kind of boot monitor? A virtual machine? Would I be able to make BIOS computers run like EFI computers? Could it be used for a software-based secure boot?
A couple days ago we shed some light on Intel’s plans to push devices that can boot into either Windows or Android. Intel is using the name Dual OS to describe these devices. While Microsoft has been trying to halt the production of these devices, it seems that at least ASUS will go through with their plans.
ASUS had just about every kind of device you could think of at CES 2014. The new ZenFone series, PadFone Mini, and Transformer Book Duet TD300 were all announced. The Transformer Book Duet is a Dual OS device, meaning it can switch between Android and Windows at the press of a button. Inside is a powerful Intel processor and the 13.3-inch display is Full HD.
The Transformer Book Duet TD 300 is one of the major product announcements from ASUS at the ongoing International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It is a stylish and functional quad-mode notebook-cum-tablet computer that comes with both Windows 8.1 and Android 4.1.