23rd February 2009
Today sees the launch of a new range of premium desktops designed for Ubuntu. The following systems are available:
AMD Athlon X2 or Phenom II X4 system
Intel Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad system
Intel Core i7 system
Features common to each system include:
These systems are designed to occupy the middle ground between cheap functional desktop systems and the very expensive systems sold by various vendors which tend to include water cooling, 1200 watt power supplies, multiple graphics adapters and are housed in very large chassis.
We believe that once start paying over �1000 + VAT, the law of diminishing returns takes effect and the value drops considerably.
With these systems we are striving to offer excellent performance in Linux based operating systems without it costing an arm and a leg.
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