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Wal-Mart's sub $300 Linux PC back in stock


As low priced as it gets

Linux-based sub $300 PC sold out when it first appeared at Wal-Mart , and it is back in stock.

The Everex TC2502 Green gPC had proved to be a surprise best seller amongst Linux fans and budget-minded PC shoppers. Wal-Mart introduced the gPC earlier this month, but it quickly sold out online. It was one of the top performing desktop computers available at It was also the first Linux-based desktop machine to be offered for sale by a major retailer.

The gPC has the gOS operating system onboard and a 1.5 GHz processor made by Via Technologies. The rest of the specs include an 80 Gbyte hard drive and 512 Mbyte of DDR2 memory. It does not have a monitor, but does have stereo speakers and a DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive.
Last modified on 23 November 2007
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