I am in the market for a portable/laptop to run Linux for demos, etc.
Its hardware configuration must include as a minimum:
* Colour LCD screen (for X)
* 8M RAM (to run X as fast as possible)
* Ethernet card (with supported driver :-)
* ~400M disk space
* 486DX-33/50 or 486DX2-66
Can anyone tell me of their personal experiences with portables? I
will probably be purchasing it in the UK, but would consider importing
it from the US if the price differential is sufficiently great.
Of course, value for money is also an important concern!
Stephen Crane, Dept of Computing, Imperial College of Science, Technology and
"The teaching of COBOL should be made a criminal offence" -- Edsger Dijkstra.