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Testimonial. I'm using a Lenovo Yoga Pro 2 which I have had for about a month. I love it. It is running Ubuntu 14.10 just fine. There is always tweaking. The kernel didn't want to turn on the WiFi in 14.04 and some other things but 14.10 was fixed and works out of the box. The first thing you will have to do is some dancing around the synaptics ...
Note that not all the compatible laptop/desktop are displayed in "Ubuntu Desktop certified hardware" the lists of components are very long, so you could choose a laptop/desktop by your budget an check if all its components are compatible with ubuntu. You can browse here to check compatibility. Hope this help.
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