Tag: laptops

Linux Nerds: Don’t Buy An AMD/NVIDIA Laptop

Do you love Linux? I love Linux. But Linux has a problem. Well, there are 2 problems. One, you cannot access the NVIDIA X Server Settings. And two, the laptop reboots with the screen at maximum brightness. Supposedly this has something to do with Linus Torvald’s new screen brightness scheme. But I’m blaming this on …

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Framework Laptop – The King Of Modular Design

Okay! I was planning to write an article about the LibreKrsnah Laptop – the greatest laptop to be ever designed. But then I stumbled onto a YouTube video showcasing “Framework’s fully modular laptop”. I’ve talked about the Fairphone in one of my previous articles. It’s a fully modular phone with a great design. I fully …

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Louis Rossmann, Right To Repair & My Laptop

Hello! I was gone for a while for several reasons, one of them being that my new laptop had a problem. I’ve talked about my new laptop here, and I’m a tad bit obsessed with it; well, because it cost me too much money, I like how much faster it is than my netbook, and, …

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AMD & NVIDIA: The Enemies Of Linux

I just can’t get a break from these dumbass computer hardware manufacturers and their stupid fuckups. One of the reasons I wanted a new laptop was to be able to run almost any Linux distro without any issues. But that doesn’t seem to be the case, does it? I’ve been waiting for several weeks for …

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Purchasing A Laptop: Considering The Specs

In the previous article, I talked about the options that I had. And I discussed the internals of those laptops. Now why would I review the internals first? Well, your typical consumer will look at the specs and the price and make their purchase based on those two points. But I, ain’t no typical consumer. …

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