Free Software Foundation: ThinkPad X60 is the DOC laptop

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The notebook that has earned the recognition is certainly not a rookie: it is, as mentioned, the X60, which for the less informed was one of IBM's most popular products in 2006. The people at The Gluglug sell some refurbished, priced at around 拢 200 (240 euros at the exchange rate), with the fully open source Coreboot BIOS already preloaded, and the GNU / Linux distribution Trisquel, an Ubuntu spinoff supported by the FSF. 


The configurations are those of yesteryear: 12,1-inch TFT screens at 1024 脳 768 pixels, Intel Core 2 Duo (or Intel Core Duo) processors with integrated graphics, 1 GB of RAM memory and 64 GB hard drives of storage space. archiving. The Gluglug has already updated the models by inserting an Atheros Atheros AR802.11B5 195n WiFi adapter.


Free Software Foundation certifica il ThinkPad X60


According to what reported by Phoronix it is not difficult to make further changes by installing a maximum of 3 GB of RAM, and a 128 GB SSD. What made this model successful is the build quality, with metal hinges, AccuType keyboard and other design features.


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