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osOpinion: Lindows Media Center Takes on XP Counterpart

osOpinion has an article that Lindows is releasing their own software/hardware bundle targetted at being used as a multimedia PC, much like WinXP Media Center Edition:

For its part, the Lindows Media Center combines the functionality of a standard PC with that of a DVD and CD player, and is compatible with MP3 and VCD formats. Lindows said the device boots in less than 10 seconds. Full article on osOpinion
It's not that interesting of a device, but it is interesting that there is a commercial company now selling a multimedia PC based on Linux. Apparently only being sold online at (which looks to have all sorts of small form factor stuff as well) for $350US. It's called the Lindows Media Computer on the Lindows site.