"Foxconn is a Taiwanese OEM that makes computers that are rebranded and sold under different company monikers," explains Brad at Lillputing. "So I don't expect to see the Foxconn SZ901P hit US shelves anytime soon, at least not under that name. But the FCC has published documents related to a netbook under that name."
"We don't know much about the specs of the SZ901P, other than the device has Bluetooth, WiFi, WWAN and a CCD webcam," according to Wireless Goodness. "Overall, the device looks unremarkable. However, Foxconn did decide to install an interesting Linux-based OS called FoxOS on the SZ901P. The OS has a Mac-like launcher, as well as multimedia, productivity and web browsing applications."