Last June, a partnership between Dell and Canonical have brought some of the laptops produced by Texas house many shops in India and China, to give the opportunity to get close to so many for the first time in the world of information technology at an affordable price, thanks to the absence of expensive licenses for an operating system.
News comes from Muktware that Red Hat, of course known for its products on the server side, has decided – again in collaboration with Dell – offer to professional users of new machines with RHEL 6, while you are preparing the new major version of Enterprise Linux – in turn based on Fedora 18.
This new attempt to re-enter the consumer market by the company’s red hat, is accompanied by a choice of everything from hardware. The workstations in question are the Dell Precision M4700 and M67000, equipped with Intel i5 and i7, AMD FirePro graphics cards and NVIDIA Quadro HDD and solid state. List prices are EUR 1,694 for the M4700 model, and 2,292 euros for the M6700.