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Version: 2.0
Mall Price: US$ 19.95
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Tux the 10 inch Stuffed Penguin

Carefully custom-designed to resemble as closely as possible Larry Ewing's famous "Tux" Linux Mascot drawing, this charming and cuddly penguin would love to guard your desk, cheer up your girlfriend, boyfriend, or mother. He can also keep your favorite young person company, or just inspire positive thoughts about Linux into anyone that has not yet come into the fold.

Offered In Store: Penguin Power
Also Listed Under: Other Cool Linux Stuff
Manufactured By: LinuxMall

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Our Price:US$19.95
Size (in):10"x 5"x 5"
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Other sizes: Tux the Penguin is also available as a 6 inch tall penguin and as a 4 inch tall "beanie" penguin.
Older version: You can read about 10 inch Tux version 1.0.
Made in China especially for LinuxMall.com.

Prerequisites: (Top of Page)

There are no prerequisites for enjoying Tux to the fullest.

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Tux 2.0 in his six inch form was first introduced at Atlanta Linux Showcase in October 1998. This 10 inch edition and the 4 inch edition became available in mid-November 1998.

Tux is safe for children! You can read the safety report from an independent testing organization.

More great Tux the Penguin merchandise is on the Penguin Power Page!

Customs Information for this item: (What is this info for?)
QuantityItem DescriptionPrice per Unit
1 toy US$ 19.95
1 Intellectual value is sale price minus sum of components

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