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ZaReason’s Ubuntu All-in-One PC Might Look A Little Familiar…

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Linux hardware re-sellers ZaReason have debuted their ‘Zimo 930′ PC – an all-in-one desktop computer that has more than a whiff of familiarity about it.

The Zimo 930 is a good looking, well-specc’d PC but it’s had its thunder stolen by last months launch of the System76 Sable.
And I don’t mean because both are ‘all-in-ones’.

See, both devices look pretty much identical because they are both using the same “shell”, albeit with different logos on the front. And although the visual similarity isn’t a drawback of itself (hey – it’s good looking computer) the specifications of the Zimo don’t stray too far from that offered by the Sable.

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