|Ultra low-cost PCs pose a dilemma for Microsoft and PC manufacturers. Windows Vista wonâ€™t run on mostâ€“though not allâ€“of them, and it costs too much anyway. But a freely-available, cheap Windows XP might cannibalize sales of traditional budget PCs with the full-priced version of Windows Vista. The narrowly-defined Windows XP extension seems designed to get around those issues, and to prevent Linux from gaining a toehold on the desktop.|
Specifications are ridiculous btw...