June 24, 2003

Cheap Linux PCs targeted at home users

A start-up located near Microsoft's headquarters unveiled an effort to sell super-cheap Linux computers to home users.

The 30-person company, Linare, on Monday began selling systems with its own version of Linux for $199 (£119.42), company chief executive Soma Sundaram
said. Linare, founded in 2000 and formerly known as Aureex, integrates computers and software.

Link: news.zdnet.co.uk

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