They are the lightest browsers. No, they are not text-mode browsers, but they are light and also fast. Surely they have tried them sometime. And if not, they have the opportunity to do it now.
It uses the WebKit engine and the GTK + 2 libraries. It is licensed by LGPL and is Japanese. It supports scripts and the extensions can be activated and deactivated. Use navigation with tabs, bookmarks, RSS feeds, configurable and customizable interface. In the Acid3 test it has 100/100.
It uses the Gecko and WebKit engines, and is licensed under the GPL v2. It is Japanese too, very light. You can use the known "About: config" that Firefox uses. It has navigation with tabs, bookmarks, RSS, search in the history, keyboard shortcuts and customizable mouse gestures.
It uses the Bespoke engine and GTK libraries. It has a GPL v2 license and the possibility of exporting to PDF. It is available for the systems: RISC OS, Linux and other Unix-likes, Haiku OS and AmigaOS. It is very fast, portable and compatible.
It uses the WebKit engine and the QT libraries. It is GPL licensed. It is cross-platform and has a minimalist interface, navigation with tabs, simple history and bookmarks.
It is GPL licensed. It is the most minimalist of all, in size and resources. It only supports plain HTML / XHTML and images. Scripts and styles do not support it. It is often used in mini-distros, such as DSL. It is cross-platform, written in C and C ++ and based on FLTK2. It's very fast.
I have used Kazehakase and Dillo, and tried all but Arora. Being the one I like the most, Kazehakase. NetSurf seems to me to be one of the fastest along with Dillo, which is the fastest, although not very advisable if you want the best browsing experience.
Have you used any? Which one do you think is better?