|Date:|| Mon, 29 Dec 2003 16:22:43 +0530||From:||"Info" <Info@linare.com>
||Subject:|| GREAT HOLIDAY OFFER FOR LINUX.NET USERS FROM LINARE
*SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER EXCLUSIVELY FOR LINUX.NET SUBSCRIBERS:*
*ORDER LINARE PC AD1300, AND GET FREE SHIPPING! A $20 VALUE!*
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so you can pocket the cash you save to buy yourself an extra gift this
We’re offering this little stocking stuffer exclusively to you, our
linux.net subscribers, as thanks for your support.
Featured this month in The New York Times, Linare PC AD1300 uses a 1.3
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with Ethernet Interface. It also includes a keyboard, mouse and
Linare PC AD1300 comes with Linare Linux, which includes Linux kernel,
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Purchasers have access to Linare’s 24-hour, seven-day-a-week technical
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This offer is available to purchasers in the US only. To get the free
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Hurry! Offer ends December 31, 2003!
Happy holidays from Linux.net!