SanDisk’s already launched Micro SD cards with pre-loaded tunes on. So Dell’s decided to get in on the music scene too and has launched a service to pre-install music on your new machine. The PC giant, together with Universal Music Group, will offer musical bundles of 50 and 100 tracks. Then, once your new PC arrives, you’ll …
"[...]it won’t do so on the XPS One or Inspiron Mini 9. It’s also refused to touch machines running Windows XP, Vista 64-bit or Linux - so it's 32-bit Vista only."
Refused to touch? What exactly does the (pre)installed OS have to do with putting 100 (DRM free no less) media tracks inside of a folder?
so now I have to pay for 100 songs I don't want when I want to buy a computer. Thanks guys!
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