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Re: Laptop recommendation

In Article <[🔎] 20170903133817.hppdseouwbc3kvjk@grond>,
 Jonas Hedman <jonas.hedman@fripost.org> writes:

> Hello I hope that is not OT for this list.
> Basically I'm on the hunt for a newish laptop on which I naturally want
> to run Debian. I'm a student and I spend most of my daily outandabout 
> computer time reading pdfs, writing LaTeX docs, surfing and doing some 
> light coding, no heavy duty stuff in other words. I use i3vm and I
> generally like to keep things as light and minimal as feasibly possible.
> I really value light weight and good battery life and my upper bound on prize
> is somewhere around 875$ (~7K SEK). Memory should be greater than or
> equal to 2GB and an sdd would be nice.
> I know very little about hardware and I'm not quite sure where or how to 
> start looking. I though the Lenovo Thinkpad 13 looked promising but it's a bit 
> over my price target. Could chromeboosk be something to look into? I
> know the older thinkpads has good debian support but if I remember
> correctly they are also very heavy.
> As a small reference: I made due with a Asus EEE PC 1005HA for a number 
> of years and it generally worked well for my purposes but it died and
> surfing was a pain so I'm looking to upgrade a bit from that.
> Any suggestions?

There is no option for intalling under chromebook. People should install Linux
always with chromebook. That is why i did buy chromebook. Someone did
try to install FreeBSD, but it is very very very hard. 

Actually i am happy with Linux in chromebook~  

Sincerely, Byung-Hee.

^고맙습니다 _救濟蒼生_ 감사합니다_^))//

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