Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 8th May 2007 22:15 UTC, submitted by briansmith
Hardware, Embedded Systems "Ubuntu Feisty Fawn and Windows Vista are two state-of-the-art desktop operating systems. I got this Bi-OS laptop (with Feisty and Vista Business) recently as my desktop replacement. I compare some features of Vista vs. Feisty. Both operating systems have made great progress. Laptop is well built and great for a consultant like me (albeit tad heavy)." More here.
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by stare on Tue 8th May 2007 23:05 UTC
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So, that laptop is just a Lenovo T60p repackaged with Linux installed alongside with Windows? Not bad, since T60 is great device which features one of the best LCD on the market (AFFS matrix type), but how much premium you pay for the luxury of having the OS you can install yourself? Quick search at amazon shows "generic" T60 way cheaper...

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RE: T60p
by Ubuntuguy on Wed 9th May 2007 03:57 in reply to "T60p"
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"generic" T60 way cheaper...

Its T60p with WSXGA screen. They tend to be pricey than generic T60 units. Lenovo sells similar Linux units for $3000+!

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