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Linux and the Samsung Series 9 NP900X3C

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I bought a new laptop, a Samsung series 9: the 13" NP900X3C. Quite a nice piece of hardware. It is thin, light and has very decent battery life. For all Linux users who decided to buy this really nice piece of hardware or are still deciding, you can find below tips and tricks on getting the most out of it.

THE SPECS OF THE NP900X3C

You don't exactly select this laptop on performance for the money. But just looking at specifications leads to buying ugly, fragile, heavy pieces of plastic with 20 minutes battery life. This laptop is the opposite.

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