Short Bytes: What are your expectations from your Linux-powered machines. A recently conducted Linux laptop survey throws light on various factors such as prices, compatibility issues, GPU, laptop brand, etc. which people take into consideration while buying a Linux laptop. It shows some people are willing to pay more if they get proper support.
A Linux Laptop Survey was conducted by Phoronix which welcomes people to answer a bunch of questions about what things they put first while buying a laptop or does it matter if their machine came pre-loaded with some Linux distribution. The survey received more 30,000 responses in a time span of two weeks which can be taken as a considerable figure to make a conclusion about the general choice of the people.
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