Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th May 2009 13:27 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Hot on the heels of the Russians, we have another clone maker popping up, this time in fish & chips country: Freedom PC. "Powerful and versatile, environmentally friendly yet inexpensive computer systems compatible with any and all of the main operating systems: Mac OS X, Linux or Windows. So YOU can decide which one to use for what YOU want to do. And we give you a choice of models, too - from the low priced and good looking office machine, the ideal choice for business, to the high powered, sleek, gaming media centre. All, with the operating system of your choice pre-installed - or none at all - at prices accessible to all." They offer various models pre-installed with Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X.
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RE[6]: Comment by darknexus
by Thom_Holwerda on Thu 21st May 2009 06:57 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by darknexus"
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Upgrade license cases might indeed be similar to Apple's hardware restriction clause - but that doesn't invalidate in any way the assertion that Apple's clause is unlawful. I don't think that was your point, Kaiwai, but I can see how others might thinks it was.

And in that case, it most certainly would be a strawman. No matter how overused and bland that term has become ;) .

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