"PC vendors haven't been eager to know how many users run Linux
when it's preloaded on their low-end PCs, and how many replace it
with an infringing copy of Microsoft Windows. Everex, the latest
company to introduce a low-priced desktop Linux system, will have
the information, however, thanks to the software update system
behind its Linux distribution.
"Everex, a PC hardware vendor that is part of First
International Corporation, is introducing a mini-tower Linux system
called the gPC TC2502, which is priced at $198 including keyboard,
mouse, and speakers, and will be sold at Wal-Mart..."
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