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Complete Ubuntu Computer System for <$40?

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Interesed in Linux? Don't have the time to install it on your primary computer? Worried you might delete your Windows partition?

We have a perfect solution! A complete PC with Ubuntu Linux preloaded! Perfect as a 2nd or 3rd computer. Ubuntu linux is a great and easy to use Operating System.

Here's what's included:

Compaq Deskpro
PII 400mhz
64mb SDRAM
6.4gb HD
CDROM
Onboarb Video, Sound & Network
Keyboard & Mouse
15" Monitor.
Ubuntu Linux (Installed and configured)

Price: $39.99

Obligatory Linkage.

$40 Linux laptop

Well, this would be good if one lived in Texas. But since I don't, they'll ship me the computer for about $200 extra. Buyer beware.

re: $40 Linux laptop

Yeah, it was $100 to here.

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