"Today, there is no shortage of reviews on Linux on the Desktop,
but I think we can benefit from more 'Laptopized-Linux'
experiences. As laptops keep dropping in price and increasing in
terms of computing power, they really make a nice platform even for
cpu intensive applications such as sofware development, desktop
publishing, web design, etc. And as you will see in this article,
installing Linux on a laptop is not as hairy as you may think.
"I recently had the opportunity to setup a new Linux-running
laptop after the demise of my trusty Sony Vaio..."
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