I just received my first, and I expect it won’t be the last, Alpha 400 MIPS 400MHz 128MB 1GB 7″ Ultralite Netbook Linux from Geeks.com. 
I can attest that it works, as I used mine to write this post.
The display, while quite small, is very crisp. The text is as easy to read as any I have yet seen on a display. It’s better than on my t43p thinkpad, for example.
Photos come out well, too. Or at least that of my winning smile, which is all that counts.
It’s even more fun than the XO laptop, and that is saying a lot.
Key features include:
- Netbook form factor
- Linux 2.4 Operating System
- MIPS XBurst 400 MHz 32-bit CPU
- 128 MB RAM
- 1 GB NAND Flash Storage
- 10/100 MB Ethernet interface
- 802.11b wireless
- Supports External Hard Drive up to 160 GB
- Supports SD Card up to 32 GB
- Xiptech application software packages (Xip office, Flash player)
- 7-inch digital panel 800 x 480 true-color
- Keyboard with TouchPad
- Supports File Sizes up to 8 MB
- Built-in SD Card slot
- Battery Charging Time: 4.5 – 5 hours