Dreaming of a Linux ultrabook? Meet the new ZaReason UltraLap 430

With Intel HD 4000 graphics, third-generation Ivy Bridge technology, and rapid boot times, this new device offers a choice of Linux OSes.

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  Mobile & Wireless, laptops, Linux

Of course, at that price, the UltraLap 430 certainly isn't at the low end of the ultrabook market.

On the other hand, as I've noted before, buying hardware with Linux preinstalled makes sure you avoid any headaches that may arise from getting everything to "just work" and it also helps ensure that usage statistics for the free and open source operating system are a little more accurate by making sure your operating system "vote" gets officially counted.

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