3-pound Linux laptop. Full support for X, sound, APM, USB, networking, PCMCIA, and more. 12.1'' Active XGA TFT runs X@ 1024x768x16
based on the Sony VAIO XG series, it offers 13.3''-14.1'' Active XGA TFT running X@ 1024x768x16, 650 - 850 MHz PIII, 256 KB On-Die Level 2 Cache with 128 MB ram, expands to 512 MB
Dell Vostro V130
The Vostro V130 is built on an award-winning design, this incredibly slim and light laptop packs the full-featured performance you need into a durable, featherweight profile that's ready for the road.
The Gecko EduBook is an upgradeable, low power, portable and cost effective laptop. Unlike most inexpensive laptops (often called net books), the Gecko EduBook is designed for tough, long service. The Gecko Edubook uses standard AA size cells. It can use NiMH 8 pcs (4 hours), Li+ 3S (4 hours) or Li+ 3S2P (6 hours).
LC2000 Series Linux Laptops
LC2000 Series is a no-compromise family of Linux laptops.
The Librem laptops come supplied with Purism OS (Trisquel based). Purism was created to combine the philosophies of the free/libre and open source software movement with the hardware manufacturing process.
Linux on Laptops
Linux on Laptops provides reports on running Linux on notebook or laptop computers.
The LinuxNote R61i is a IBM/Lenovo designed notebook that works beautifully with Linux. It has a dual Core Intel Duo T5250 Processor, 15.4" WXGA TFT LCD Screen, 80GB ATA100 Hard Disk, and Dual-Layer DVD+/-RW/.
The OLPC XO-1 is an inexpensive laptop computer intended to be distributed to children in developing countries around the world, The rugged, low-power computers contains flash memory instead of a hard drive and uses a Fedora based distribution.
The Pi-Top Kit provides a basis to expand your knowledge in hardware and software innovation. Build and understand your own Raspberry Pi Model B+ powered laptop.
The Linux Laptop Company
We preconfigure, customize, and install Ubuntu Linux laptop computers. Based on genuine Dell notebooks, for personal to business use.
Pre-installed Linux on laptops, PDAs and wearables