"You may charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy, and you may at your option offer warranty protection in exchange for a fee. "
Is fine i guess, still kinda not cool, but I'm wondering what kind of OS this thing runs, the source code can be requested here as well as the licensing info
- - Anyone know anything about these guys or what's on it?
Of course this kind of stuff could easily be done with Mint/Ubuntu and probably others, just wonder how they're packaging it all up I suppose, or if they're breaching licensing agreements by bundling so much free software together and selling it
I think this could even go into the false marketing category. That's not a PC but just a USB stick with a Linux distro loaded on. I would've never opened a link to see what that is a listen to two dumb videos to understand that.
Yup, it's a scam. Thing is if you name it "Xtra-PC" that is legally not a statement that you are buying a complete computer. And the video says "takes your old computer and makes it like new" ..... a very trump thing to say, so it will probably sell fucktons of units.
It's just going to be a common distro with a theme. Nothing wrong with what they are doing, but I expect the failure rate will be high, due to the usual driver issue or BIOS/UEFI issues. But at $25 I bet a lot of them get sold, barely or never get used and only a small number of people seek a refund.