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Thread: what is the best touchscreen notebook with ubuntu

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    Question what is the best touchscreen notebook with ubuntu

    Hello Ubuntu enthusiasts

    I want to ask and get some opinions about the best touchscreen notebook with ubuntu

    I am a computer science student and I already have experience with Linux on Lenovo ThinkPad and IdeaPad

    however, it would be nice to also get the pen writing features on a notebook without the need for an extra

    tablet. So the main requirement is a Linux friendly touchscreen - pen convertible notebook

    I already made some research and found the following possibilities:

    ThinkPad X390 Yoga
    ThinkPad L13 Yoga
    HP ENVY x360

    which is the most compatible with Linux in your opinion with fewer driver problems headache?

    and if you have a nice experience with other touchscreen laptops on Linux please let me know :)

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    Re: what is the best touchscreen notebook with ubuntu

    Any touchscreen chromebook running chromeOS (which is linux kernel). Custom specified for the task.

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    Re: what is the best touchscreen notebook with ubuntu

    I am using a HP ENVY x360 13-ag00x and the HP pen is not working. I also wrote a comment here about it, where you can read what the problems are. I think it is doable, but I do not know how. Almost everything else worked out of the box, but writing with a pen on the screen is the one thing that I am missing...

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    Re: what is the best touchscreen notebook with ubuntu

    OP is a drive-by, having registered to the forum, posted and logged out all within 8 minutes 2 months ago, and who has not logged in since.

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