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Re: [vox-tech] Tablet-laptop recommendations.

Hello Alexandra,
You are looking for a convertible TabletPC.

I have only seen ones that run Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. I liked
the Lenovo X61. The other one I tried, a Dell Latitute XT, had a slow
startup, but that again was Windows XP.
The Linux column only has a few HPs that are certified for Linux.
Google for the other models.

Good luck!
On 07/08/2011, Alexandra Geddes <mexicalex@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi.
> I've never used Linux, but i'm hoping to install it on a laptop-tablet (one
> of the laptops with a touch screen that flips around into a tablet.  I don't
> know exactly what they're called).  It's to use in teaching, so i can write
> on slides in class.
> And i'm trying to figure out which of those machines work better or have
> more trouble with linux.  Does anyone have either recommendations for
> specific machines or for a site that would have reviews or something?
> I'm also totally open to suggestions for other types of hardware that would
> accomplish that goal.
> Recommendations for older models are totally fine, cause i generally prefer
> to buy things that are used or refurbished.
> Thanks.
> alex.
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