I don't see why something with the functionality of a BrailleNote or BrailleEdge can't be Linux-based, though, because you only need to build your own applications. So, text editor, simple email client, calculator, clock and alarms, stopwatch and timer, calendar and address book supporting CalDAV/CardDAV, maybe a chat client--nothing that's intrinsically complex or likely to be obsoleted in a short amount of time without minimal changes. The key is for it to do what it does well, not to do everything or mirror your iPhone. Because that is what your iPhone (or Droid) is for. In the end, the key functionality will always be the text editor and a few other essentials that are usually offline. Anything else, like SSH or telnet, would be a nice bonus, and the subject of an SDK.
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