Neteng field laptop/tablet
neil at shrug.pw
Sat Nov 21 04:11:14 UTC 2020
I think the Galago Pro from System 76 probably fits the bill. It's a 14",
but has everything else you wanted, I believe.
They do have their own open (not sure of license) boot... Firmware? Called
core boot... So no bios (uefi or otherwise). Plus side is its all open
(free) drivers and firmware and such, I guess.
I was considering getting one as my next work laptop but went with a dell
because I needed more compute in a smaller package than System 76 has
On Fri, Nov 20, 2020, 20:45 Brandon Martin <lists.nanog at monmotha.net> wrote:
> Sorry if this is perhaps a bit OT...
> Can anyone recommend a smallish (10-13" display), relatively lightweight
> tablet or laptop (or convertible) with a native PCIe multi-gig Ethernet
> port, ideally both 10GBASE-T + 2.5GBASE-T (and 5GBASE-T perhaps). I'm not
> seeing a lot out there, and it's hard to search for multi-gig in a laptop
> at this point.
> Failing that, I'm sure someone has a recommendation for a similar device
> with native PCIe 1000BASE-T + a thunderbolt or similar port I can hang a
> dongle off of?
> Ruggedness is useful but not essential. 6-8 hour practical battery life
> is important but almost implied these days. Must be able to nicely run
> Linux (distro is unimportant).
> Brandon Martin
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the NANOG