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Ubuntu-related Xmas Gift Ideas

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Whether you’re stuck on gift ideas for the Linux loving folks in your life, playing secret Santa in the Office, or keen to add something to your own xmas list, the handful of ideas below might help.

Toshiba AC100

The ARM-powered Toshiba AC100 netbook might ship with Android as its default operating system but Ubuntu 11.10 builds specifically for this device are available.

With a dual-core Tegra 2 running at 1Ghz, 512Mb of RAM and 8GB SSD, the AC100 isn’t going to replace the dual-core slab you drag around in your backpack.

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