The State of the Market: a Laptop Buying Guide

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A wide variety of vendors—now including Dell and Lenovo—sell preloaded Linux laptops. This buying guide should help you find the right laptop for your needs and budget.
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James Gray is Products Editor for Linux Journal

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I really like the Lenovo

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I really like the Lenovo products but they are too expensive.
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You can compare different

Anonymous's picture

You can compare different versions for any given brand over hear - laptop reviews archive and make your decision...this is much better way for a novice to laptop technologies..

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Anonymous's picture

grrr i wont a laptop <3 i want oneeeeee,,,,
i just dont no were to get my dream on from :(:(:(:(

Thanks for the review

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I really enjoyed reading this review. I have been dodging reviews left and right but yours is great. I'm looking to buy a notebook, I'm not yet decided but now I have some options. I really like the Lenovo products but they are too expensive.

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