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Shuttle's $200 Linux PC Part of a Trend? 396

Posted by timothy
from the love-it-already dept.
eldavojohn writes "With $200 machines being all the rage these days, it's surprising that more coverage hasn't been given to Shuttle's KPC which is an Intel Celeron processor, a 945GC chipset, 512MB of memory and either a 60GB or 80GB HDD. With deals like these, will Linux become the dominant home operating system for the thrifty?"
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Shuttle's $200 Linux PC Part of a Trend?

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