Thursday, November 28, 2013
Black Friday and Cyber Monday specials UPDATED
We have now listed 5 different Linux distributions that are available preloaded on our portable and refurbished computers as well as available for purchase on a USB Flash drive. These distributions include Ubuntu, Linux Mint, OpenSUSE, Fedora as well as Black Lab Linux. We have now begun offering new boxed sets of Microsoft Windows 7 Home premium and Professional as well as Microsoft Windows 8.1 General Release and Professional.
Running Today November 29, 2013 - December 4, 2013 we are having a few specials on our products. On the pro side we have the brand new addition to our lineup called the Black Lab Linux PowerStation. A very affordable pro system that has plenty of power and upgradability for years to come. If you have a power user or gamer that you are buying for, the Black Lab Linux PowerStation with the popular Steam gaming client makes the perfect gift. If you are looking for a great multimedia experience and a living room PC, we also have the Black Lab Linux BriQ. While the BriQ makes a fantastic multimedia PC. You can use XBMC and turn it into your own home theater system and with HDMI output at 1080p you can experience everything in stunning high def.
Whether you are looking for Pro hardware, a desktop or portable computer for that student or home body on your christmas list, or you are looking for that perfect Android tablet or netbook. We have something for everybody on your Christmas list.
And dont forget, we have free financing and extended warranties are available.
We also have three free gifts for all of our customers;
First, all software purchases will be shipped on 16 gb Flash drives and SD cards vs our standard 8 gb.
Second, all purchased systems will get a set of Sony Headphones for FREE with every purchase.
Third, everyone who purchases a system will also get a free Black Lab Linux t-shirt.
I want to thank everyone who supports us. We want to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday shopping season and we are here to serve you.
Don't forget to give the gift of open source this holiday season.
Posted by Roberto J. Dohnert at 7:41 PM