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I use ubuntu 12.04 on my Desktop, but right now I want to buy a laptop where I wish to run ubuntu 12.04. Which brand (such as Acer, Dell, Asus, fujitsu etc.) will be best for running ubuntu? My budget prefer below configuration.

  1. Processor: 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ i5-2450M, 2.5 GHz
  2. RAM: 2GB DDR3
  3. Graphics: 128MB integrated Or NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 630M with 1GB of dedicated DDR3 VRAM
  4. HDD: 500GB
  5. Screen: 15.6” LED

I need a perfect laptop which driver supported by Ubuntu.

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closed as off topic by fossfreedom Oct 4 '12 at 10:40

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Thats the wrong way around ;) Search for a notebook you like and check for Linux compatibility. By the way: I have a Acer 7750g (has 1 ssd as boot and 1 hdd) with an AMD Radean 6650. Works flawlessly. Install of 12.10 took me a whole 9 minutes ;) –  Rinzwind Oct 4 '12 at 9:32
    
as per the FAQ - shopping recommendations are off-topic. –  fossfreedom Oct 4 '12 at 10:40

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Linux laptop is a site that collects reports on how linux runs on different laptops. It seams to have a bit dated info tough.

I suggest that rather than asking for computer brand/model that fits the description and runs linuks a-okay, choose models that you like and you can afford. Then google for info about them running linux.

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Looks like the info there is really old, some no longer accessible. –  mikewhatever Oct 4 '12 at 10:38

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