Re: Friendliest Laptop??
> Improve the criteria please, do you mean "current models I can buy with
> a manufacturer's warranty" ? Also what sort of "friendly" features are
> you looking for?
Sorry I was a bit fuzzy on that one. A new one. PIII-800 Mhz or around
there. Right now it's a standoff between Dell and Toshiba...
> LAPTOP Magazine, lists in its charts at the back a number of vendors
> including a column showing their sound chip and video chip. These might
> not be at the level of detail we'd really enjoy but if you've been keeping
> up one which chipsets are a pain, it could keep you out of trouble.
Cool I'll check this out.
> Also, some vendors actaully preload with Linux - while admittedly these
> are usually RedHat, you can look at the configs, copy off any modules
> or services that support proprietary annoyances, and then use them in
> your debian kit. Or be an RH/Debian dual boot :D
Any vendor in particular (I'm in Canada)