Advanced Micro Devices has begun showing an updated reference design for a personal digital assistant running the Linux operating system to hardware makers, according to a company executive. Based on AMD's 400-MHz Alchemy 1100 processor, an early prototype of the PDA reference design was demonstrated in August by the company at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.

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