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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
Buying hardware with Linux preloaded also helps ensure that usage statistics for the free and open source operating system are a little more accurate by making sure your operating system “vote” gets officially counted.
In any case, last week Linux-focused vendor ZaReason launched a brand-new Linux laptop targeting the high end of the market, and it looks pretty attractive. Here's a quick rundown of some of the key features in ZaReason's Verix 2.5, which is available now priced starting at $1,799.00.