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Ubuntu on a bootable USB Micro Hard Drive?

Hard Drive Capacity: 3 GB, Ubuntu Linux included, Bootable from any PC supporting USB boot, Carrying bag and accessoires included – it's a weird commercial world we live in!
See the gizmo for yourself here!

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Although it's one of the smallest portable USB drives, the Ubuntu H2 Micro USB drive can easily handle sharing digital photos, MP3s, video clips with friends and even homework. Making it a great way to move files from one computer to the next.

Challenging the notion that USB hard drives are just good for portable storage, the Ubuntu H2 is the first USB hard drive with an onboard OS and office software. The device is bootable from any PC with an x86 processor supporting USB boot.

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