Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Thu 7th Aug 2008 17:25 UTC, submitted by SBW
Hardware, Embedded Systems It seems Lenovo is being selective in which markets get Linux on its new range of IdeaPad netbooks. "People in most markets Lenovo serves, including Singapore, China and the UK, will be offered the company's new IdeaPad S10 with either Microsoft Windows XP or a Linux OS, but Australian and US computer buyers will only be offered Windows XP according to Lenovo."
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Imp of the Perverse
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2008-07-27

hm.. XP on a low resource system versus a Linux based OS on a low resource system..


Oh yeah, Linux runs GREAT on low-resource systems. Almost as well as, say, Windows 98.

hope you won't mind if I stick with XP for playing video games and other platforms when I need to do anything else.


Oh don't worry, I'm fairly certain no one cares.

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