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Re: [Debconf-discuss] Non-Thinkpad/Apples you can recommend?

Hi guys,

On 1 July 2016 at 23:36, Gunnar Wolf <gwolf@debian.org> wrote:
martin f krafft dijo [Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 11:00:46PM +0200]:
> Hey,
> considering Lenovo has really gone downhill with their hardware and
> judging how they interpret "next business day" to be a best effort
> sort of non-promise (and then mess up the parts delivery), I'd be
> really interested to hear from people at DC16 with other hardware
> that they can recommend. If you're the proud owner of a rugged
> laptop running Debian, please consider to ping me on IRC ('madduck')
> or reply to this mail (reply-to set) and I'll come and find you
> (starting Saturday…).

After swearing not to ever buy an Acer again in the early 2000s, I
broke my word and got one of the first-generation netbook Aspire One
models. I used it as my primary laptop for >5 years.

I am in my third year using the second machine of the same brand/line;
am completely happy and satisfied. For my first machine, I had to
change the battery once (never had to with the current one), and for
both, I had to change the power adaptor. Power adaptors are probably
the best you will find in this brand.

The machines are on the slow side of reality, but for modest needs,
they do the job quite well.

I second acer laptops. My entire family and I have been using acer laptops each for the past 3-4 years as very happy customers. We have about 5 laptops between us, three large ones and two small netbooks and they all run great! +1!


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