Re: Best online / brick and mortar vedors for ubuntu laptops?
Adam Tudor: I have just gone through your posts. Here are my 'two cents':
You should go for a laptop that doesn't have any OS pre-installed. Then you can install both Windows and Ubuntu on it or just Ubuntu. You can go for INTEL based laptops as Intel have great support for Linux. Others have too but Intel is a safe bet. However check the model and make here before you actually commit.
Another thing, Linux is mostly 'do-it-yourself' thing.. are you ready for it? Linux is not Windows.
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