In Canada, where I live Walmart does not have a single GNU/Linux system for sale the last time I looked. In Brazil, the situation is quite different. The translation by Google shows
They don’t seem to have alphabetical order in mind but they certainly do give space to GNU/Linux. So much for the FUD that GNU/Linux is somehow not ready for consumers. Look at all computers sorted by “Best Sellers”:
Last time I visited Walmart, I didn’t see a bunch of computer geeks. I saw ordinary folks, families, all ages and abilities all shopping for what they needed at a price they could afford. So much for the FUD that GNU/Linux is only for geeks and doesn’t work for consumers. To make the second spot for best sellers, GNU/Linux must be more than that. QED
Positivo is the tenth largest OEM in the world and largest in Latin America. Positivo was the top OEM in Brazil for 7 years and is now also top in Argentina. If one OEM can thrive shipping GNU/Linux many more can and will soon if they want to compete.