Everyone can’t help but love that cute little penguin. Linux is great, and Sharp knows it. That’s why their latest product — the RD-CMP2000R — runs on the popular operating system and boasts some nice pocket PC functionality. Granted, this Korea-only device is nowhere near as powerful as a full-fledged UMPC or laptop, but it’ll do the simpler tasks like acting as a PDA, dictionary, and e-book reader. With its swiveling color display, QWERTY keyboard, and 1.3MP camera, the RD-CMP2000R appears to be quite similar to the Sharp Zaurus found along of the streets of Tokyo. No word on price.