domingo, febrero 25, 2007

Michael Dell said

Whel, dell a time ago launched the brainstorm initiative.

And every body said "we want a linux laptop and a linux desktop ready" and now michael dell say:

Pre-Installed Linux Options
It’s exciting to see the IdeaStorm community’s interest in open source solutions like Linux and OpenOffice. Your feedback has been all about flexibility and we have seen a consistent request to provide platforms that allow people to install their operating system of choice. We are listening, and as a result, we are working with Novell to certify our corporate client products for Linux, including our OptiPlex desktops, Latitude notebooks and Dell Precision workstations. This is another step towards ensuring that our customers have a good experience with Linux on our systems.

As this community knows, there is no single customer preference for a distribution of Linux. In the last week, the IdeaStorm community suggested more than half a dozen distributions. We don't want to pick one distribution and alienate users with a preference for another. We want users to have the opportunity to help define the market for Linux on desktop and notebook systems. In addition to working with Novell, we are also working with other distributors and evaluating the possibility of additional certifications across our product line. We are continuing to investigate your other Linux-related ideas, so please continue to check here for updates.

but hey, we don't want to buy those a expensive laptops that are focused on the enterprise people, we want laptop for the students, for the people that can not have expensive laptops.
Because here in chile (the backyard of the world) those notebooks are not present for sale and if there are some laptops with freedos are so expensive. (dell laptops)

so please, don't sales us laptops so expensive.

a core 2 duo cpu in the dellus store cost US$900.00, here in chile with that money you can only buy a simple celeron.

that's all what i needed to say

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