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  1. Intel is quite good at open source GPU drivers,...

    Intel is quite good at open source GPU drivers, AMD on the open ones may or may not work as well as with the binary blob, plus IMHO they can't do much price/performance at the moment. At the moment...
  2. I used 64 bit ubuntu on 64 bit BayTrail with 32...

    I used 64 bit ubuntu on 64 bit BayTrail with 32 bit UEFI and it works, but now it has to be done manualy to work. Custom install media would be required.
  3. Plus 3 ARM revisions...

    Plus 3 ARM revisions http://archlinuxarm.org/platforms as well as MIPS http://archlinuxmips.org and probably some others too :D
  4. 32-bit UEFI on a 64-bit CPU alongside 64-bit...

    32-bit UEFI on a 64-bit CPU alongside 64-bit Windows and/or Ubuntu :) That does happen.
  5. https://groups.google.com/a/chromium.org/forum/#!t...

    https://groups.google.com/a/chromium.org/forum/#!topic/blink-dev/zIg2KC7PyH0 here is the issue.
  6. And a laptop i7 comparison:...

    And a laptop i7 comparison: http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1410267-KH-1410249LI53
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    Most Win 8 tablets, and quite likely most cheap...

    Most Win 8 tablets, and quite likely most cheap BayTrail laptops. It makes installing Linux there hard :P http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1410246-KH-BAYTRAILS90 - from USB Xubuntu burned via Rufus...
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    Is there somewhere an ISO of Ubuntu (or better...

    Is there somewhere an ISO of Ubuntu (or better also for Xubuntu) that supports 32-bit UEFI and installing with support for it?
  9. I didn't look at standard library that much,...

    I didn't look at standard library that much, there are many things hidden there (even tab-nany :D), but in general it's up to the developers how they write their code in any language. In the company...
  10. CamelCase is quite common for class names I would...

    CamelCase is quite common for class names I would say. It's not JavaScript-one-style though.


    Nested try/except in any language means you have bad code. Printing PHP4 style warnings instead of...
  11. Python is used in "large cooperative projects"....

    Python is used in "large cooperative projects". Usually Git or whatnot is responsible for the cooperative part (for any $lang). You can find it as a scripting layer for some game engines, it's used...
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    Samsung is known of making good hardware, but...

    Samsung is known of making good hardware, but it's also known of poor software (or at least no it par with their hardware quality). If they design their own GPU it would be good if they used...
  13. system76 laptops (at least most of them) are...

    system76 laptops (at least most of them) are Clevo - and those guys make laptop barebones that can be branded and equipped with various parts (it's not usual to have a laptop with replaceable CPU or...
  14. Oh, look a laptop...

    Oh, look a laptop http://south.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008840372893/pdtl/Laptop/1096448065/11.6-inch-Super-Slim-Laptop.htm

    MOQ:200 Pieces
    FOB Price: US$ 155 - US$ 200
    FOB...
  15. Comparing AMD A4-5000 with Intel Celeron J1900

    I was curious how efficient A4-5000 is as there is an interesting MSI 11.6" laptop with it. I've dug out a benchmark set from openbenchmarking and run a comparison benchmark against it:...
  16. And here it is:...

    And here it is: http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1408092-KH-1408099KH43

    (Unigine Heaven is invalid for intel GPU)
  17. As it's part of an old Ivy Bridge laptop...

    As it's part of an old Ivy Bridge laptop generation is not that much expensive. Laptops with those are already hard to get and are priced max at 2/3 of similar Haswell quad i7 based laptops. However...
  18. Testing i7-3632QM at the moment. pts/hpcc-1.1.4...

    Testing i7-3632QM at the moment. pts/hpcc-1.1.4 will gonna take few hours ;)
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    It's rather not going to change, sadly. Raspberry...

    It's rather not going to change, sadly. Raspberry seems vendor lock and one device locked as well as "everything else is irrelevant for education".
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    Here you go:...

    Here you go: http://www.rkblog.rk.edu.pl/w/p/benchmarking-beaglebone-black-single-board-computer/ - it's not noticeably faster, but it does have noticeably more GPIO ;) Radxa is much faster but it...
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