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$59 Linux Desktop Computer To Be Shown

At Cebit this year  Userful Corporation will be demoing and giving away free software licenses for its Userful MultiSeat™ software which turns one Linux computer into 11 high performance independent computer stations using standard USB devices, at a cost of $59 per seat (education pricing).
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At Cebit this year Userful Corporation will be demoing and giving away free software licenses for its Userful MultiSeat™ software which turns one Linux computer into 11 high performance independent computer stations using standard USB devices, at a cost of $59 per seat (education pricing).

Userful MultiSeat enables schools and businesses to deploy more than twice as many computers for the same cost, while enabling up to 11 users to use different applications at the same time from one host computer, each with their own monitor, keyboard, and mouse.

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$59 Linux Desktop Computer To Be Shown

At Cebit this year  Userful Corporation will be demoing and giving away free software licenses for its Userful MultiSeat™ software which turns one Linux computer into 11 high performance independent computer stations using standard USB devices, at a cost of $59 per seat (education pricing).

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