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Taking Linux On The Road With Ubuntu

Toms Hardware have had a look at the latest hardware: Ubuntu! (On a USB memory gizmo)
They have the article right here!

Two products were merged into one to create the Ubuntu H2 Micro USB Drive. A tiny 1″ hard drive with 3 GB capacity by Cornice was teamed up with the Debian-based Linux distribution Ubuntu (aka Warty Warthog). Ubuntu is free open source software that focuses on the end user and puts its emphasis on usability. The Ubuntu project describes itself as free of charge, predictable (due to scheduled software updates), fast and easy to install and immediately useful. This is something that any customer is going to experience, because Ubuntu is not pre-installed onto the USB storage device. Instead, there is an installation CD that is required to deploy Ubuntu.

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