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New Zealand Herald: Linux Makes Big Time

Nov 13, 2002, 02:30 (9 Talkback[s])
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Linux has leaped into the consumer mainstream with national retailer Dick Smith Electronics promoting complete Linux PCs starting at $1099.

"The entry-level PC detailed on the web at Dick Smith Electronics includes a Duron 1.1GHz processor, 128MB memory, 20GB hard drive, 52x CD-Rom, speakers and 17-inch monitor. The same model without a monitor costs $798, including GST.

"The chain's senior computer buyer, Chris Day, says savings of $200 to $600 are possible compared with a Microsoft Windows-based PC..."

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