Have Laptop, Will Travel—the LS1250 Laptop from R Cubed Technologies

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R Cubed Technologies makes a Linux dream machine out of an ASUS notebook.
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James Gray is Products Editor for Linux Journal

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One friend bought a LS1250

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One friend bought a LS1250 with fast hard drive, 1GB RAM, 1.5GHZ CPU, 12 inch
display, dual boots Ubuntu and Fedora--about $1300 total, works great. We both think it better than and IBM T42 of Which we had a tough time
getting the wifi to work

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