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Check if your next computer is Ubuntu compatible

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When the fear of hardware incompatibilities puts you off buying a new computer be sure to run your intended purchase through Canonical’s ‘Ubuntu Certification’ website.

The site is a compendium of officially tested Ubuntu-compatible hardware from many major manufacturers – including devices from Dell, Acer Samsung and Toshiba where hardware reviewed is given one of two different certifications: -

To gain ‘Ubuntu Certified’ status hardware is tested by Canonical engineers.

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