Friday, 26 October 2012

System76 debuts a sleek, all-in-one desktop PC featuring Ubuntu Linux

There's no doubt the PC market is in the midst of a rush of hardware introductions featuring Microsoft's new Windows 8, but fortunately for buyers, those aren't the only choices out there.
Case in point: Linux-friendly vendor System76 on Wednesday treated fans of the free and open source operating system  to a splashy debut of its own. The hardware in question? None other than a sleek new all-in-one desktop PC.

Ubuntu 12.10 'Quantal Quetzal'
There has been a steady stream of Linux PCs entering the market over the past few months, including the two Asus machines I wrote about last week.
System76's new Sable Complete, however, brings an extra dose of style. With a 21.5-inch, high-definition 1080p display, the clutter-free desktop features edge-to-edge glass, aluminum trim, and a sleek, industrial design.


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