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Biedronka offers low cost Kubuntu based laptop

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http://www.biedronka.pl/img/promocja/3NextWeek/2008.06.16/s13_b.gif

In terms of hardware, the laptop sports the following characteristics.
-Processor Intel Celeron M550 2 Ghz
-RAM: 512 DDR2
-Screen: 13', 1280x800
-HD: 80 GB SATA
-4 USB ports
-10/100 LAN card
-CD-R / DVD combo

OS and applications:
-Linux Kubuntu (8.04, eventually).
-OpenOffice 2.3
-Firefox 2
-Kadu (gadu-gadu client; it's the most popular IM network in Poland)
-GIMP 2.4.5

PRICE: 999 PLN (296 EUR)

All in all, it looks like a very attractive low cost machine.
The fact that it comes with Linux pre-installed is a major plus.
Let's see how successful it will turn out.

It's on sale from June 12th to June 19th 2008.

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