Lindows Powers $169 Web-Centric PC

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: 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 at prices starting at $169, uses the OS-on-a-CD that Lindows released last week
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