A brand new Ubuntu t-shirt is available to buy from the Canonical store bearing the official mascot emblem of Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak.
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A bootable USB of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS desktop is available to order from the Canonical store.
This post, Canonical Store Adds Bootable Ubuntu 16.04 USB Stick, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Each new release of Ubuntu is accompanied by a new animal mascot, for 16.04 a ‘Xerus’ squirrel. Also arriving with each new release of Ubuntu is an official Ubuntu t-shirt bearing the mascot image. That t-shirt is now available to buy from the Canonical shop. The blue shirt comes emblazoned with the official Ubuntu 16.04 mascot design. Just add a cape […]
This post, Official Ubuntu 16.04 T-shirt Is Now Available to Buy, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
New items have been added to the official Ubuntu Shop, including the obligatory ‘new release’ t-shirts.
Canonical update their range of branded goods around one every 6 months, typically before the release of the latest Ubuntu version.
T-shirts emblazoned with the Raring Ringtail motif are probably, for most, the star draw. Available in Mens and Womens sizes, the grey shirts will set you back £10.25/$16.26/€12.60.
The “official mascot” t-shirt has been a tradition since Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala:
Aside from wearables a couple of new accessories are now available. A PU leather bound notebook can be nabbed for £8.75 (€12.91/$16.66), and a 4-in-1 pen to scribble on its 240 pages with for £2.20 (€3.25/$4.19).
The main drawback with buying anything from the online Ubuntu Shop are the shipping costs. These remain slightly exorbitant for most outside of the UK (and for many within). For example, you’ll pay more for postage on the pen than for the pen itself.
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