Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 15th Aug 2006 18:13 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE Lenovo debuted its first Linux-based laptops at LinuxWorld in San Francisco on Tuesday, running SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 provided through a partnership with Novell. The systems are the result of a two-year research effort by the two companies as well as Intel, whose Centrino Duo processors power the portable. The Thinkpad T60p is an inch thin and weighs 4.7 pounds. Several features of Lenovo's Windows-based notebooks, including Help Center support, the ThinkPad Configuration Utility, Power Manager and Access Connections have been ported to Linux, the company said.
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Linux users pay more for hardware
by devtty on Tue 15th Aug 2006 21:06 UTC
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A Windows laptop wipped out sounds like a better deal

Linux users pay more for the hardware or pay the same and get a smaller feature set, as the drivers could not use the hardware's full potential

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