iNUX Inc. announced the release of a consumer and small business desktop computer, utilizing the Linux OS. iNUX Consumer Linux Personal Computer (PC) systems are based on SuSE and include iNUX's graphical user interface, designed to work with KDE, to deliver easy and intuitive access to a broad selection of pre-loaded and pre-configured applications and content.
Contact: iNUX Inc., Two Adalia Ave., Suite 706, Tampa, FL 33606-3335, 877-357-4689 (toll-free), 813-962-5900 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.inux.com/.
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