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gOS goes 2.0 with Google Gears

The Web based Linux distribution gOS, that went on sale a couple of months ago for the handsome price of $199 without a monitor at Wal-mart would soon come out with a new version. The gOS 2.0 would have Google Gears installed as well as a new a browser-based web cam application called gBooth – this would make it easy to pick-up photos and quickly share them on web services like Facebook, Youtube etc.
We also expect to see a better configured Linux distro and not just new packages. gOS still has alot to improve as concerns Graphics and driver support.
via [Business Wire]