Favorite out-of-the-box accessible Linux laptops?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Jan 23 09:14:40 UTC 2022
I have never bought a laptop that comes with Linux pre installed, why
should I, when I can just do it myself, and then install everything I
want/need in a system.
My favorite machine thus far would be my Huawei MateBook D15. It has a
very nice, grate, big keyboard, yes, also a rather large screen, but
what can you do? The battery is also reasonable.
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On 2022/01/23 00:12, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> For me it was always either the HP Pavillion or the Dell Satellite models. Relatively easy to use, come with standard options and a nice big keyboard. Yes, I have large hands. And yes, like you, screen size isn’t important to me. Still, with a larger screen there is video capability that can be retasked easily enough. Also, since most laptops often use screen size as a depending factor, a larger one will have the advantage of a larger keyboard.
>> On Jan 22, 2022, at 1:16 PM, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
>> I am looking for a Linux machine to use in graduate CS courses. I probably
>> want Ubuntu or another common distro that comes with the screen reader (I
>> assume Orca) and other a11y stuff already installed. I like small, light
>> laptops (since I don't use the screen) that have decent memory and battery
>> life. Which machines are your favorites.
>> Thanks for the tip on VmWare the other day, BTW.
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