[ubuntu-uk] buying a laptop?
bruce72 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 22:24:50 UTC 2011
I've (just this weekend) got myself the HP Pavilion dv6-3122sa (X86_64).
Granted, two days isn't a great deal of testing but thus far, it's proven to
be a great piece of kit - Bluetooth seems to work fine, as does WiFi and the
ATI card (via non-free drivers which simply requires a choice to use or not
use through a pop-up). Unfortunately, I have no HDMI equipment to be able to
test the port but at this early stage, I'm perfectly happy.
On 16 January 2011 17:39, George Tripp <luggeorge at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Up to now I've put Ubuntu on ancient PCs I already had. Currently I'm
> about getting a laptop but don't want to spend my hard earned cash find
> bought something that can't run the operating system I wish to.
> Looked at a couple of companies which will sell machines without any op
> Pcspecialists: apparently there's a problem that the touchhpad doesn't work
> Novatech: don't know if their hardware is compatible with ubuntu or not
> Looked round PC World a few machines there look reasonable spec/price but
> appear on the Ubuntu-certified hardware list.
> What do other people do? Any advice?
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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