Buying a PC with Linux installed and ready to go -- what an attractive idea. Novell thinks so too, and has announced agreements with four manufacturers to distribute PCs pre-loaded with SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10. An age of choice in operating systems is upon us and Novell is making sure that choice is becoming easier.
R Cubed, a U.S. based vendor, is suppling a low end machine just under $500 dollars and a high machine coming in just over $3500. You can expect to see more rigs setup in similar fashion from major PC vendors in the near future, as evidenced by Lenovo's recent announcement of a Linux based ThinkPad.
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