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PR: LinuxCertified Introduces Linspire-Based Linux LaptopsJun 17, 2004, 18:15 (6 Talkback[s])
LinuxCertified Inc has introduced the LC2430 Linux Laptop Computer pre-installed with Linspire 4.5. The LC2430 is LinuxCertified's flagship Linux laptop computer, designed as a mobile replacement for expensive UNIX workstations that require power hungry applications.
"We are pleased to add the LC2430 Linux laptop to our highly successful LC2000 series product line," said Chander Kant, president of LinuxCertified, Inc. "The Linspire laptop offers an affordable and comprehensive solution for business and technical professionals requiring the power, speed and functionality to run powerful applications."
The LC2430 is a high-performance laptop, with support for 3.06 Ghz Pentium 4 processor, up to 2 GB memory and 80 GB disk. In addition, it is pre-installed with development and scientific applications, providing immediate ROI to demanding technical environments.
Linspire is an affordable, full-featured computer operating system that delivers the power, security, stability and value of Linux with an easy and intuitive design. The Linspire laptop offers the first Linux-based operating system tailored exclusively for mobile computing, and features advanced power management capabilities, expanded WiFi card support, and compatibility with "Net Keys." In addition, the Linspire laptop computer comes complete with a sophisticated, flexible and professional office productivity suite consisting of spreadsheet, presentation manager and drawing programs and a word processor that works transparently with a variety of file formats, including those of Microsoft Office.
The LC2430 UNIX Workstation replacement laptop with 15" SXGA+ high resolution LCD, pre-installed with Linspire 4.5 - OpenOffice and Laptop Edition at the introductory price of USD1749 in North America. Quantity discounts are available. Linspire laptop test details, options, and ordering information can be found at, http://www.linuxcertified.com/linspire-laptop.html
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