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Old 10-26-2009, 04:11 PM   #1
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LXer: Dell unveils exclusive Microsoft-branded Ubuntu OS

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Dell is currently flogging a cheap-as-chips netbook that apparently comes loaded with that well-known Microsoft operating system, Ubuntu 8.04. Anyone dropping in on the computer maker's UK product website will be able to buy an Intel-based Inspiron Mini 10 laptop for 199 a pop. And, according to the blurb on the site, one ickle mobile computer in its current range is being shipped with Microsoft's, er, Linux-flavoured OS. Shurely shome mishtake, we think.



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