Peter Flynn wrote:
> the impossible: fast, big mem, big disk, big screen, low cost :-)
> But it has to run Linux, and that means the manufacturer must
> support the hardware (ie tell me what it is).
I would have to say the Dell Inspiron 7X00 series. I had one before,
running Linux like a dream. 15.4" viewable area on the TFT monitor. I
think the drive was about 8GB as standard.
I never had a problem with it. Infact, I'm now trying to get another one
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