Re: the ultimate fedora laptop?

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I've been pretty happy with my Dell Latitude E6400. I bought mine from their outlet store. If you go that way, look for one with Intel wireless rather than Dell wireless (Intel vs Broadcom chipset) and Intel or AMD video. The E6400 has a Core 2 Duo which is 64bit and supports hw virtualization. It supports up to 8GB of RAM. No HDMI, but it has DisplayPort, which is probably a better long-term bet (and VGA).
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