My spin: Consumers buying a Lindows PC. Nah. As a toy to fiddle around with – sure, but when you want to do serious computing – at HOME – with no office IT support, Linux is just not going to cut it.
CRN News Clip: Lindows.com on Tuesday rolled out an under-$200 Linux-powered PC suitable as a Web-only workstation for businesses and as the foundation of public kiosks that connect to the Internet.
The Lindows WebStation, which is available immediately from TigerDirect and idotpc.com at prices starting at $169, uses the OS-on-a-CD that Lindows released last week
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