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  • phoronix
    started a topic System76 Gazelle Pro: Ubuntu 13.04 vs. 13.10

    System76 Gazelle Pro: Ubuntu 13.04 vs. 13.10

    Phoronix: System76 Gazelle Pro: Ubuntu 13.04 vs. 13.10

    System76 recently sent out their Gazelle Professional laptop that's been updated with a mobile Intel Core i7 "Haswell" processor. We're still in the process of fully reviewing this Haswell laptop pre-loaded with Ubuntu 13.04 and comparing it to the range of Intel notebook competition, but for this weekend article are some basic Ubuntu 13.04 vs. Ubuntu 13.10 performance benchmarks.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=19043

  • zanny
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    I'm in the market for a new development laptop and its this or the galago at this point - no other manufacturer seems to make 1080p IPS matte screen laptops in reasonable size (14 - 16") for development. I just find 12.5 - 13.3" way too small to have split terminals, and they keyboards often suck when they are that small.

    But I do want to see a review of the Galago, and I'm sad that both have cheap construction - I'd love to pay an extra $200 for a unibody alumnium rigid build to match an IPS 1080p matte screen and i7 processor. Also wish someone would push coreboot capable chipset boards besides Google. I hear the keyboards on both models are mediocre, any word on that? I'm going to carry a physical mouse everywhere anyway, because I hate track pads (wtb touchscreen model, though).

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  • Cyborg16
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    Originally posted by qikqerz View Post
    Does System76 plan on making any ultraportables in the 10.1" to 11.6" screen range? Maybe with an Intel Haswell Y-series chip? Thanks!
    System76 doesn't make the laptops, Clevo does. As far as I've seen most machines are bigger and gamer-oriented. (Maybe they should do some business-oriented machines, including features like the power bridge in the T440s. Lenovo needs some competitors IMO.)

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  • qikqerz
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    Does System76 plan on making any ultraportables in the 10.1" to 11.6" screen range? Maybe with an Intel Haswell Y-series chip? Thanks!

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  • Cyborg16
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    Originally posted by orawas View Post
    I would've rather seen a review of that honestly as I have not seen any reviews of Iris pro under linux, as well as getting a sense of one of the few ultrabooks/thin and light/whatever-you-wanna-call-it that come preloaded with a linux distro
    Yes. I was actually researching this last night (same thing as far as I understand). Quad core in a package that size would be nice...

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  • semhustej
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    Originally posted by orawas View Post
    I would've rather seen a review of that honestly as I have not seen any reviews of Iris pro under linux, as well as getting a sense of one of the few ultrabooks/thin and light/whatever-you-wanna-call-it that come preloaded with a linux distro
    This notebook features Intel HD 4600, not the Iris Pro.

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  • orawas
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    Why not the galago ultrapro?

    I would've rather seen a review of that honestly as I have not seen any reviews of Iris pro under linux, as well as getting a sense of one of the few ultrabooks/thin and light/whatever-you-wanna-call-it that come preloaded with a linux distro

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