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What are some good laptops for linux, past and present, that have good displays for text clarity? My current laptop display is a 15.6" 1366x768 and the display quality is poor. After looking at various laptop displays, I think that 1080 on a 15" results in fonts that are too small for extended use, but 720 displays tend to be poor quality, resulting in fuzzy edges on fonts, which causes eye strain for extended text work. I'm not a fan of the IPS panels that I have seen, having a sparkley and speckled look on white backgrounds, which is a little annoying. Maybe a person could get used to it, but I wonder if there is something out there with a 17" 1080 MVA panel (better contrast than IPS) with good clarity. Also, panel surface seems to affect text clarity. Glossy displays tend to glare, and some of the anti-reflective coatings have a negative impact on text clarity. Have you used a laptop for mostly text work for which you really liked the screen? Is using a laptop screen for extended text work a bad idea? I like the mobility of a laptop, but eye comfort and health is much more important. submitted by hevrt [link] [3 comments]

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Hello guys I've once used Fedora for about three days. I like everything about it. The one thing I like the most is the ability to always have the latest versions and the latest features, but I didn't get along with it short life cycle. It's not like an actual problem to me. Believe me If I stayed one month without re-installing I will get an award, but I guess this is Linux you keep exploring and exploring, so what do you think about my question? and is it really a reason for not using Fedora? submitted by sidou1555 [link] [5 comments]

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I have looked at Canonical bringing convergence to Unity 8. It's an old idea but it would be amazing to see this in Gnome, KDE, Cinnamon, XFCE, etc and in Android (Chrome OS while connected to TV or monitor), Firefox OS, and more mobile oses. Microsoft is doing it with Windows 10, bringing continuum to phones. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2916481/microsofts-continuum-turns-windows-10-phones-into-tiny-full-blown-windows-pcs.html Would love to see the next gen Linux GUIs with this. Here is what Mark Shuttleworth said about Microsoft. http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2015/05/ubuntu-15-10-name-announced (Just scroll down) submitted by SaadN31 [link] [comment]

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