Favorite out-of-the-box accessible Linux laptops?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at redhat.com
Mon Jan 24 07:33:46 UTC 2022

That is why Hypra provides such machines, yes. To enable people to have 
a functional Linux laptop, accessible for the best UX today, with low or 
non vision, without any efforts. Anyone can then customize or re-do the 
installation, but at least it exists. ANd it enabled many people to have 
an accessible computer, under Linux, while they did not want to install 
an OS, all the more in the current situation where many machines become 
a pain to be installed due to various locks.


Jean-Philippe MENGUAL
Debian Developer non uploading
Community team member
Accessibility team member
debian-l10n-french team member
President of Debian France non-profit organization

Le 23/01/2022 à 20:08, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> It could be if those who take the trouble put together an Accessible Linux Laptop Installation step by step
> for that particular laptop and version of Linux.
> True, there would be a lot of them, but if collected in one place it could be a very helpful source for those who
> want to give it a go without reinventing the wheel.
> Rudy
> On Sun, Jan 23, 2022 at 01:34:50PM -0500, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> There is no such thing as an out of the box accessible product for
>> absolutely everyone.
>> A better question for this thread would be favorite laptop that could run
>> what you  need, rather than generalizing.
>> And do not get me started on what feels like elitist  technology
>> privilege...why buy a machine  with a preinstalled system when I can just do
>> it myself?
>> That is individualized knowledge hardly transferable to  the general public.
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