New Zealand Herald: Linux OS Free with Cheap PCs
Nov 25, 2002, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Richard Wood)
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"Budget computer retailer NetPC has begun to sell Lindows
Linux-based PCs starting at around $900, including GST, or $560
with an internet contract.
"The move comes hot on the heels of Dick Smith's launch of Linux
PCs, which use the Mandrake Linux operating system. Both approaches
cut costs by displacing Microsoft's Windows XP OS with a free Linux
"NetPC sells mostly Microsoft Windows-based systems and it
offers Windows XP for an additional $199..."
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