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Got Web Work and $169? Get a "WebStation"

This week we are announcing the introduction of a brand new kind of computer, and I wanted you to be among the first to hear about it. We call this new computer the Lindows WebStation, and it's going to change the way people use computers by dramatically bringing down the price and complexity of computing.  Now anyone can afford to provide ubiquitous access to the Internet by deploying computers in every room of their house, at every school desk and in public locations everywhere, and best of all, Lindows WebStations are available now for only $169!

Lindows WebStations perform the most popular computing tasks (web work, web mail, instant messaging, and office document editing), yet require no setup or ongoing administration due to their unique CD-based design. WebStations are the type of computer that will one day be as popular and as prevalent as telephones are today.  The Lindows WebStation is the first of its kind: an extremely affordable computer for web browsing, instant messaging, web mail, and homework -- and it's virtually indestructible.

Check out the Lindows WebStation

The Lindows WebStation includes many of the same features found on a computer running LindowsOS, including: complete hardware detection, comprehensive Plug & Play support, and multimedia support for MP3, Real Audio, Real Video, QuickTime, MS Media, Flash, and more. It even includes a full office software suite that will allow you to open, edit and send Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint documents.

The Lindows WebStation runs on an internal CD, which makes it practically impossible to harm...a simple reboot will restore the WebStation to its original configuration. Because of the Lindows WebStation's unique setup, no usernames or passwords are required, strain on system administrators is minimized, and WebStations can be placed just about anywhere. One available WebStation model even includes a closed system design so that the CD-ROM cannot be accessed from the front of the computer, making it ideal for public venues, kiosks and business work spaces where an extra level of security is needed.

Instant messaging, MP3s from a USB pen drive, web and network browsing

Priced at only $169 (prices may vary with configuration), the Lindows WebStation makes a perfect second or third computer. They can be put in every room of the house, and because the original configuration is restored on reboot, they make a great computer for the kids' room. They are perfect for use in libraries, businesses, and in public places, like information booths. As portable USB flash drives have become so popular, the WebStation is perfect for school computer labs. Students can bring in their portable drives, listen to music, work on homework, check e-mail, and save everything to their flash drive.

The WebStation is going to help bring computers to places where it was previously impossible because of cost or security. You can get more information about the Lindows WebStation at www.lindows.com/webstation, or you can buy one today from iDOT.com or Tiger Direct. Order today and be among the first people to have one of these revolutionary computers!

~Michael

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