I recently got a lowish-end laptop, the HP 2000-240CA.
It has an AMD E-350 processor, which is designed for low power consumption. It does seem to run pretty cool. It doesn't have a numeric keypad.
Below I'm attaching dmesgs for NetBSD amd64 current, and also for Linux 220.127.116.11 x86_64.
I will post an OpenBSD dmesg in the OpenBSD Laptop Thread.
Some items of note that are not (yet) supported by NetBSD are:
* Radeon HD 6310 graphics (but VESA driver is fine)
* Realtek card reader
* Realtek RTL8188CE wireless
Last edited by IdOp; 19th October 2011 at 06:09 PM.
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