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Old 10-30-2008, 09:50 AM   #1
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LXer: PC makers move closer to a post-Windows world

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In January, Hewlett-Packard will introduce a glossy black mini-laptop at retail for a mere $379. When it does, it will become the first major computer maker this decade (besides Apple, of course) to push a non-Windows PC in stores. This Linux-based version of the HP Mini 1000 will not slay Microsoft (MSFT) Windows. But it will add to a growing sense that the iconic operating systemís best days are behind it.



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