IBM e Canonical vão vender netbooks Linux na África

De acordo com o site DesktopLinux, os netbooks -- com processador Intel Atom 1.6GHz e 1GB de RAM, e 160GB de HD -- serão vendidos por US$ 190 (R$ 345).

"IBM, Canonical, and Simmtronics announced they will market an Intel Atom-based netbook in emerging markets. The Simmbook will be preloaded with the cloud-oriented IBM Client for Smart Work Linux distro, based on Ubuntu Netbook Remix, and will first be made available in Africa for just $190.

In addition to selling in Africa, the Linux-ready Simmbook will also be available in India, Thailand, and Vietnam, says IBM. The Simmbook is preloaded with IBM Client for Smart Work, which includes IBM Lotus Symphony, access to IBM LotusLive cloud collaboration services, and the choice of adding other IBM Lotus collaboration software like Lotus Notes and Lotus Sametime, says the company." (Fonte: Desktop Linux)

Será que a IBM e a Canonical não podem trazer este produto para o Brasil?

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