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Old 02-12-2008, 01:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Linpus launches unique Dual-Mode User Interface Linux Operating System for Unpa


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At CeBIT LinuxPark, Linpus Technologies will be demonstrating its brand new Linux operating system, Linpus Linux Lite, designed to empower the next billion PC customers. Linpus Linux Lite has a unique dual-mode user interface making it the quickest and easiest way to start enjoying the opportunity of information. It also works on extremely low cost hardware bringing the dream of buying a PC much closer for many people.

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