The Linux shift is also showing itself at Lenovo. According to a post at Crave, Lenovo has quietly removed Linux as a preinstall option from its popular Thinkpad series. Ray Gorman, Lenovo executive director of communication, states that they are seeing an emerging opportunity for Linux in the education and consumer netbook markets. While Linux may not be poised to compete directly against Windows, it clearly has a secure and developing place in the mobile arena.
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