[LAU] new laptop configuration

daniel gomez danielgomezmarin at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 16:42:34 UTC 2015

Thanks a lot Harry and Jeremy for the lead
it seems like in BTO I can find what i'm needing.

2015-01-13 7:30 GMT+01:00 david <gnome at hawaii.rr.com>:

> On 01/12/2015 03:24 AM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
>> On 01/12/2015 01:42 PM, Harry van Haaren wrote:
>>> http://www.bto.eu
>>> This company (based in NL) "Build To Order". I don't know if they
>>> explicitly support linux OOTB, but with care I think its possible to
>>> build
>>> a system supported by 100% floss.
>>> I have not bought or had any direct dealings with this company, and I
>>> suggest investigating / asking existing-customers about their products
>>> before buying.
>>> Cheers, -Harry
>> BTO doesn't explicitly  support Linux but my BTO works great with Linux,
>> not a single unsupported component. BTO uses Clevo housings (I think
>> System76 does so too) with a modular approach for the internal
>> components. This allows you to select the components you wish. Another
>> big pro for me is their customer service. I once had a small issue with
>> the keyboard, drove up to their office and had it replaced within 45
>> minutes for free. Now try that with the big players.
> Wish I could do that with this Gazelle Pro. The Keyboard is really
> annoying.
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