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Debian used in Bristol Digital Recycling Project

The connecting Bristol project use Debian to extend the life of computer hardware and offer the public fully functioning, refurbished PCs for the price of £50.
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The individual machine specification may vary, but they come with a minimum of a Pentium III processor, with a decent-sized hard drive, 256 MB of memory, 17 inch monitor, keyboard and mouse.

Even though computer hardware prices are at an all-time low, there are still plenty of people who want a really low-cost machine, according to Bristol Wireless. The machines are ideal for introducing kids to computers and despite being so cheap they are powerful enough to do more sophisticated tasks. Bristol Wireless has been working hard to ensure a steady supply of machines.

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