I remember recently there was an article about businesses being shy of mentioning their products run on GNU/Linux. SJVN has found a counterexample, a business that makes a fine product which is not shy to shout that it runs on GNU/Linux:
“Does the WOW! Computer run on Windows?
No. The WOW! Computer runs on a Linux operating system we’ve customized to support our touch screen capabilities. We chose Linux to avoid frequent problems with viruses and to provide a more secure, problem-free computer environment. Linux has been developed over the last 20 years by numerous companies and currently runs on millions of computers. In fact, about 60% of all internet servers run Linux.”
In fact, the company is so proud of their product they sell it at a premium price. That is justifiable because of the huge touch-screen, the freedom from worry about software updated and viruses and the great ease of use. It’s still a small computer, though, an all-in-one. No big box at all, and with fewer cables.