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Date:      Mon, 21 Apr 2008 02:07:38 -0300
From:      Gonzalo Nemmi <>
Subject:   Re: BSD Computers
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In the same order of things, have you guys had any experience with Dell=20

I live In Argentina and if you acces their latam webpage you'll find out th=
they are selling a "Vostro1400n" (which is not even available in the USA=20
page), with FreeDOS as the only OS offered ...=20
So I though maybe that would be a good choice (except for any broadcom chip=
it may pack .. ) for a soon to be replaced by FreeBSD7 laptop.

Just for those interested, here is the link for you to take a look at:

Any word, pointers or references will be highly appreciated.
Thanks for you attention and help.


Gonzalo Nemmi

On Sunday 20 April 2008 23:13:19 Jerry Rukavina wrote:
> Hi,
> I can=92t find any out of the box computers that have FreeBSD loaded. Do =
> know which computer manufactures, both laptop and desktop, which can run
> FreeBSD? Do you recommend any particular models or know of which ones are
> more highly regarded? What about support? I am a newbie and would need so=
> handholding. I will be using the computer to run a small business and
> online research. I would need the regular suite of productivity tools,
> hopefully an open source. I would like to punt MS. Thanks.
> Jerry Rukavina, MBA
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