advice for buying a laptop
christian.baer at uni-dortmund.de
Thu Jun 9 14:20:07 UTC 2016
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On 06/08/16 21:06, Brandon J. Wandersee wrote:
> I would add that you should make sure the model(s) they have for
> sale feature the Intel WiFi chip, rather than the stock Realtek
Was this actually an option you could choose when the T520 was new or
were the WiFi chips choses by what Lenovo could get their hands on at
the time? Is there any way of telling this from the outside?
BTW. Do either of these WiFi chips support 5Ghz?
> If you wish to dual-boot, the machine does allow you to connect
> multiple disks to it---the optical drive can be removed and
> replaced with an Ultrabay adapter for another 2.5-inch disk, and
> there's an mSATA port beneath the keyboard. That would give you a
> lot more flexibility and simplicity, and a lot less hassle, than
> trying to install two operating systems on one disk.
That probably won't work for me because I plan to install an SSD and a
normal HD. But I use a dual-boot system on my computer at home and
that works fine for me. Are there more tripwires to consider when
doing this on a laptop?
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