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On 4/26/2010 8:08 AM, Rares Aioanei wrote:
> On 04/26/2010 05:00 PM, Edmon Begoli wrote:
>    
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am thinking of buying a Laptop to run Fedora 12/13/ ... on it.
>>
>> I am member of the Fedora project and I want to have a laptop only for
>> development and testing of the code, packages and new releases on it.
>>
>> So far I had mixed luck with wireless cards/drivers and video cards,
>> so I want to
>> ask community of Fedora users:
>>
>> what Laptop in below $600 or $700 would they recommend as the machine
>> with the best Fedora experience.
>>
>> I am also looking for the easy hard drive swap in and out solution,
>> so that I can swap complete distros by swapping hard drives
>> (I have dual boots and USB but I find hard drive swapping more
>> convenient for what I am doing. I can explain my motivation in more
>> details if needed)
>>
>> Thank you,
>> Edmon
>>
>>      
> I've had good experiences with HP laptops, they have products for any
> pocket and (at least for me) work satisfactorily.
>    
I'll second that with HP laptops. I have a HP Pavilion ZV5000 that works 
flawlessly with Wifi and everything.

-- 
"Dingo" Dave Bartmess
Broomfield, CO. USA
http://edingo.net


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