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Ahead of the class


October 28, 2008 1:35 pm





Students looking to leverage the power of Linux got a new option today when Lenovo announced its “e” IdeaPad S10e netbook for education. Designed to provide one-to-one computing for grade k-12 as well as higher education students, this new education netbook is available with SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop from Novell, giving customers an affordable desktop computing solution without sacrificing productivity or restricting flexibility.

To learn more about SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop from Novell go here. To read about how SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is helping meets the educational needs of students, teachers and administrators at schools, such as San Diego Unified School District and the University of New Mexico, visit our success site here. And, if you’re at Educause this week in Orlando, stop by the Novell booth #1117 to see the new netbook running SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop.

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  1. By:Bill

    Financial strain is felt by school districts all over the U.S. In February, the National School Boards Association will hold its conference in San Diego. It would be the best venue to get the word out about the value of linux. Hundreds of vendors have booths, but no one does anything like this.

  2. By:Harihara Subramanian

    Why don’t you link it to the lenovo site “IdeaPad S10e netbook” directly? It would be more advantageous to see the features on a click.


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