An anonymous reader writes "PC Magazine reviews the $200 Linux desktop wonder sold by Wal-Mart. This desktop sold out quickly and has been cited as proof that consumers are tired of the Windows tax and ready for Linux. Not so according to PC Magazine, which gave the gPC a 1.5 star rating."
Previous discussions we've had about system reviews were realistic but not quite so harsh
; is this just nitpicking or is the 'shiny' starting to wear off of the cheap Linux PC concept?