Mo' Dell

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on 22 February 2008

Tags: Dell

You might have missed it but Dell has expanded the availability of machines running Ubuntu to Canada and Latin America. New territories seem to be becoming almost commonplace, which is nice.

Lest we forget, consumers can now buy a Dell machine running Ubuntu in the US, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Canada, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, and Puerto Rico. And on a pretty impressive range of machines.

People ask us all the time ‘how’s the Dell deal going’? I think I’ve read about its demise at least 5 times on various blogs and media since it started almost a year ago. I think these announcements are a pretty eloquent testimony to how it’s going. Now go buy a machine!

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