Good news for Ubuntu lovers across the pond, Dell is now offering 7.10 on its line of XPS M1330 notebooks in the UK, France, Germany, and Spain.
The program, initially launched last May, has been successful enough and people have requested the option enough that Dell decided to offer the open source operating system on more computer models.
Dell’s UK site has the M1330 priced from £599, with the Inspiron 6400 laptop and the Inspiron 530 desktop priced from £329 to £449, respectively.
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