February 2005
PC Business Products;Feb2005, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
This article reports on the move of Sub300.com to unveil its Ultralite Laptop as of February 2005. Sub300.com's Ultralite Laptop provides a lightweight, yet full-powered computer with a full-screen and full-size keyboard that you can take anywhere. At just 2.9 lbs, Sub300.com's Ultralite Laptop is featherweight, but weighs in with features such as Linux OS, a 1Ghz VIA processor, 256MB RAM, 40 Gig HD, Ethernet and a crisp 12.1" TFT display, plus USB 2.0 and PCMCIA slots to add the functionality of wire less networking and more. Sub300.com's notebook computer combines needed system features with the convenience of mobility. The Ultralite Laptop makes a great companion to Sub300.com's, powerful, fully loaded desktop systems at the Sub $300 price range. Low cost plus a light weight design makes the Ultralite Laptop the perfect device for home and travel. Sub300.com is North America's only Linux-only store. It utilizes the Linspire system, with an easy-to-use interface and all the capabilities of its more expensive counterparts at a fraction of the price of Windows. Linspire allows Sub300.com to include an operating system at the price some others sell their systems with no operating system at all.


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