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BW: VA Linux Systems Introduces Breakthrough Entry-level Linux PC

Apr 11, 2000, 19:24 (3 Talkback[s])

"Sub-$800 Linux PC Workstation for Software and Web Developers Offers Performance in a Compact Yet Expandable Package"

"VA Linux Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:LNUX), a recognized leader in Linux and Open Source solutions, today launched the StartX(tm) SP2--an innovative entry-level Linux PC workstation for software developers, web developers and students. The StartX SP2 Linux PC introduces significant enhancements in performance and expandability, as well as multimedia capabilities and serviceability features that set it apart from other PCs in its class."

""The StartX SP2 is an affordable PC designed for software and web developers and other Linux users who want power and performance in an compact, flexible package," said Robert Patrick, director of product marketing for VA Linux Systems. "The StartX SP2 responds to the needs of the rapidly growing number of developers using Linux as a platform. Our entry-level Linux PC complements VA Linux Systems' other offerings to developers, such as SourceForge[tm], the world's largest Open Source development center, which provides all the tools developers need to start and maintain Open Source projects.""

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