Customized Linux PC for MySpacers

Everex and gOS unveil the first PC, using any operating system, designed expressly to use with a social network.

PC vendor Everex and gOS (Good OS), the Linux distribution based around Google applications, is taking the next step in online-based computing by introducing a limited edition MySpace PC.
The companies hope that the white-cased, two-pound MyMiniPC will attract what Everex officials claim is some of the more than 100 million MySpace users. As such, it's the first PC, using any operating system, designed expressly to use with a social network.
"To me, gOS Space can be the face of Linux for the MySpace generation," Jim Zemlin, president of the Linux Foundation, said in a statement.

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