Unixstickers Review: Add Beautiful Linux/FreeBSD Stickers To Your Laptop

Posted on in Categories Open Source, Reviews last updated August 19, 2016

The Linux-powered device is beautiful on its own but with billions of Linux-powered devices out there it is not particularly unique. You can add stickers to your Linux powered desktop, router, and Laptop to stand out from the crowd with stickers and more. In this post I will be quickly reviewing Unixstickers.com, they claim to be the largest store for high quality and finely printed stickers, t-shirts, mugs, posters and pins on Unix, Linux, programming and software.

I recently received a couple of stickers and the Linux t-shirts pack from Unixstickers. Shipping was fast. The stickers are of excellent quality. My pack included:

Swag from Unixstickers
Swag from Unixstickers

My stickers collections includes the Tux logo, Debian logo, Linux mint logo, Python logo, GNU logo and much more:

Stickers collections to my laptop
Stickers collections to my laptop

My netbook piped with the Tux, GNU and Python logo:

My Fedora Linux lenovo laptop with stickers
My Fedora Linux lenovo laptop with stickers

You can order the stickers (Linux, FreeBSD, and more), t-shirts and hoodies, mugs, pins, and programming (editor and languages) related stuff from Unixstickers.com. I revived my package via UPS in three days all the way from Italy. They ship all products worldwide. The stickers are the great way to promote your favorite distro. Try them out for yourself to show your support for Linux and open source software.

Info:

  • Store url: Unixstickers
  • Products: Various
  • Targets: Linux, Unix users and sysadmins/programmers.
  • Ratings: 5/5
  • Pros: Good quality stickers and t-shirts.
  • Cons: NA.
  • Disclaimer: Unixstickers.com sent us a review swag.

Posted by: Vivek Gite

The author is the creator of nixCraft and a seasoned sysadmin and a trainer for the Linux operating system/Unix shell scripting. He has worked with global clients and in various industries, including IT, education, defense and space research, and the nonprofit sector. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+.

5 comment

  1. Love these damn things. Got a few on my machines. I’ve got a ‘Powered by OpenSUSE’ on my home server along with a ‘Powered by Debian’ on the desktop since that’s the host OS for the various VMs, and a ‘Powered by Arch Linux’ on the notebook. Figure why not considering we’re flooded with Windows stickers all over the damn place.

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