|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Linux on Laptops
|On 12/03/2012 11:25 AM, Paul Robert Marino wrote:
> I've been very happy with my lenovo thinkpad X120e
> It has an AMD Fusion chip which is AMD's answer to the Intel Atom with
> a builtin radeon chip on the CPU. Essentialy its a netbook in a
> grownup laptop case which is great. At just over 2 pounds it has a 14
> inch wide screen a full size keyboard the clasic thinkpad double mouse
> with 3 buttons. The best feature of all it has a full size battery
> which is why its over 2 pounds it actully gets upto 9 hours of battery
> life while in actual use with the extended battery even though it says
> 8 hours in the spec. The best part is no propriatary drivers even the
> radeon chip is supported by the kernel native framebuffer driver so
> setup was a breaze.
Nice. Can I see it?