Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 13th Apr 2004 20:17 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews What happens when ex-Lycoris employees join a Linux-friendly hardware computer reseller? Apparently, a new desktop Linux distro with a kick: the hardware that comes with it is meant to give you the Apple experience. ION Linux is a Debian-based distro that is meant to work well with the hardware it sells with. Read on for our interview with Element Computer's Mike Hjorleifsson (one of the founders and CTO) regarding their new upcoming products and a screenshot of ION.
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Geez...
by Al Hartman on Wed 14th Apr 2004 13:47 UTC

To all of the naysayers...

If you don't like Element Computers and Ion Linux... Don't buy the thing.

Sheesh!

Too bad, you don't like their business plan, and their current level of exposure.

It's their money, their business, their risk.

If they screw up with this, they'll go under.

If they don't, they'll make a good product people will want to buy.

Why won't you just wait and see which one comes true, instead of slamming the new guy who wants to try his hand at making a living in the Computer Marketplace?

Where do you think the next Microsoft is going to come from, other than some entrepreneurs who have an idea and try it out in the Marketplace?