A user-friendly software utility that enables users to effortlessly create custom maps based on Google Maps, but featuring the size...
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The Latitude Z600 looks refreshingly different, the software extras are useful and the screen is superb. However, battery life is disappointing, while the wireless docking and inductive charging units are expensive extras.
Corporate customers have less latitude to tweak Linux software they buy from SuSE: they still get the source code, but if they want the support they have to abide by extra licensing terms
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