Dell PCs running the Lindows operating system are being offered to European customers by reseller Questar.
The company is offering Dell's Optiplex mini-tower system running the English or Italian version of Linspire 4.5.
The software includes the OpenOffice suite with word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software as well as file compatibility with Microsoft Office.
"Our agreement with Dell allows our customers to purchase high-quality Linux computers with an exceptional Dell service warranty and access to Linspire's software Warehouse," said David Orban, chief executive at Questar, in a statement.
"By joining forces, we are able to forge new commercial frontiers in Europe and offer top-value Linux solutions and support to our customers."
Michael Robertson, chief executive at Lindows, added: "Computer users now have a quality Linux solution: a range of affordable computers with full hardware support and a selection of add-on software for all their application needs."
Questar's website claims that the new PCs also include Dell's gold technical support service for three years.
The base unit price is €469 and features a 2.4GHz Celeron with 256MB Ram and a 40GB hard drive.
Dell was unavailable for comment at time of going to press.
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