Mandriva FLASH 4GB USB Stick
This looks like a great product if you want to try out linux and also for a true O/S on the go. Sounds like it can run from practically any machine and it does nothing to the operating system already installed on the machine.Some highlights about this product:
- Mobile: take it everywhere and make any desktop your own!
- Handy: everything for your office work, Internet and multimedia... on a stick!
- Keep your personal datas in your pocket!
- Fun: spectacular 3D-accelerated desktop, only with Linux!
- Safe: it doesn't make any changes on the host computer
- Reliable: unmatched stability and hardware recognition
- Fast: high data transfer rates with USB 2.0
- Storage: up to 3GB available for user files
Core and Software:
- 4GB USB flash drive designed by Dane-Elec Memory (5 year warranty!)
- A neck strap
- Mandriva Linux 2007 KDE 32-bit
- Mandriva Club trial account: Silver level 1 month
- Supplementary CD image to boot even on legacy systems
- Mandriva web support: 1 month*
- Automatic hardware detection**
FlashPlayer 18.104.22.168 - glibc 2.4 - KDE 3.5.4 - kernel 22.214.171.124mdv 1 - Mozilla Firefox 126.96.36.199 - OpenOffice.org 2.0.4 - RealPlayer 10.0.8.805
Here is the link to check it out:http://store.mandriva.com/product_info.php...products_id=277
At $89 Euros the price is a little steep, although considering you get a fully functional system it seems like a reasonable price. I wonder if there is someway to 'Burn' your own copy of linux onto a USB stick. (LFS?)