Open-PC: A Piece of Junk, or Got It Where It Counts?

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http://www.linuxinsider.com – It's a rare day indeed that doesn't see some new computer technology or other roll out of the starting gates, but when that technology is called the "Open-PC," Linux Girl can't help but sit up and pay attention. Sure enough, the Open-PC is billed as the first PC for everyday use "built by the Linux community for the Linux community," and it uses only free software. The energy-efficient machine uses "100 percent free drivers," and phone and email support are included in its 359 euros price, as is a donation to the KDE project. (General)