> I decided to go for the Macbook mainly because they're reasonably
> cheap, and known to be well supported by all major distributions,
> meaning endless support is readily available . It seems to me that
> if you want assured, rock solid Linux support, the only other option
> is IBM/Lenovo but the price increases dramatically.
I bought a couple of T-60's recently for work, and they are impressive
little machines. Was thinking about getting one for myself next year or
so, as my 5+ y old no-name is showing signs of fatigue.
Does anyone have any experience with the IBM/Lenovo 3000 series? For both
3000 and Thinkpad series, wireless won't be a problem under Linux, I guess
(Intel/PRO), but I'm kind of hesitant wrt ATI gfx - any advice here?
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