Well...after all the naysaying, it took about a week for Wal-Mart's $200 green Linux PC to sell out of their online warehouses. Of course, it probably isn't selling quite that fast in stores.
The Everex machine, which runs on a power-sipping Via 1.5 Ghz processor, is the generic cialis buy online first Ubuntu machine to canadain cialis be sold by any major retailer. It's strange that Wal-Mart was the pioneer here, but their constant search for lower prices meshes well with the freeness of Linux. After all, you can buy the hardware for less than the cost of Microsoft Office and canadian viagra get everything you need (except a monitor).
Wal-Mart's sales page is now littered with positive reviews from people who've never used Linux before (and even a couple people who've never used a PC before). The overwhelming theme is that the machine isn't impressive in any way...but it is just as useful as the majority of tramadol rx Windows machines that roll off the viagra through canada shelves for two or three times the cost (without a built-in office suite).
In the end, it's a lower-end machine that runs blazingly fast because the OS doesn't hog all the resources. That's real efficiency, and if I wasn't so married to my graphics applications, I'd consider the switch myself.
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