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[News] New Sub-notebook with GNU/Linux launched by H-P

HP releases $500 Linux netbook onto Aussie market

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| The budget-priced Mini 110 makes its Aussie debut this week with HP’s 
| Ubuntu-based ‘Mi’ edition and a 16GB solid state drive for $499. Want Windows 
| XP? That’ll be another $200...  



HP ProBook 4710s Video Hands On

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| It's clear that HP is attempting to target small and medium businesses that
| need to purchase new notebooks but can't afford the $1,500+ expense of the HP
| EliteBooks. HP offers the ProBook 4710s with Windows Vista, Windows XP, SuSE
| Linux, FreeDOS, or Red Flag Linux so IT managers can pick the OS that makes
| life the easiest. Likewise, optional HP Care Pack Services offer extended
| service contracts which go beyond the standard one-year warranties for the
| notebook and battery.


HP refunds 520$ for unused software

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| It is unfortunate to notice how difficult it is to assert ones’ rights in IT
| tax removal. I dare to hope that this kind of initiatives as well as those
| relayed by the project “detaxe” from swisslinux, the racketiciel.info site at
| the French level and racketware.info at the international level, will allow
| everyone not to pay pointless expenses of licenses for software of no use
| (whether they do not wish to use them, or because they already possess them)
| whatever their choice of equipment. A clear display of the prices of this ”
| inclusive software ” as well as their optionality would be to the advantage
| of the consumers and the computers makers.


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