just brew it! wrote:
I've never heard of the company. Seems like an OK price if you're really looking for something in a slim form factor with good Linux compatibility. The 4GB of non-upgradeable RAM would be a dealbreaker for me though.
Is it just me, or do the images of this product on their site all appear to be 3D renderings? If they aren't, they've done a pretty good job of making actual photographs look sterile and artificial.
Edit: And if you don't particularly care about the slim form factor, just get a refurb off-lease HP ProBook or somesuch. Should cost about the same and run a standard Linux distro with minimal hassle.
Yeah I can see your point about the non-upgradeable memory. On the other hand, it does come with 1080p 14.1" display and I can have a 120GB SSD option as well. However with the Celeron N3150, I'm wondering how much performance I should expect?