Best Laptop to buy for Freebsd Without OS?
korszca at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 00:28:20 UTC 2011
> Those links both sport some pretty expensive prices. My comparable ASUS
> cost about half that, and came with Windows 7 installed (which I simply
> erased). Are those prices for real?
> Sterling (Chip) Camden | sterling at camdensoftware.com | 2048D/3A978E4F
> http://chipsquips.com | http://camdensoftware.com | http://chipstips.com
Oh, I have no doubt they're for real. That's the problem with smaller
OEMs. You can't live on razor thin profit margins.
ZaReason www.zareason.com also has no-OS options (they're a Linux
vendor). Again, prices aren't the cheapest.
I personally buy my laptops by going to Staples, Circuit City, Best
Buy, etc. with the latest OpenBSD-current to check its dmesg (and I
highly recommend this) and blasting Windows off the HD as soon as I
get home, but the OP asked for no-OS laptops.
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