We had a listener write in asking if there are any Linux by default (Tuxedo, Sys76, (some Dell/Lenovo, etc) laptops that are touchscreen. By default means they come preloaded with Linux not Windows. I am not aware of many but I thought I would bring the community in to see if I’ve missed an options.
What do you have for me?
Edit, here is one I found: https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/thinkpad/thinkpad-x1/X1-Yoga-Gen-5/p/22TP2X1X1Y5
Dell XPS 13 7390 has an Ubuntu option and a touch screen option:
“Available with Windows 10 Pro or Ubuntu 18.04 LTS – for a smooth, versatile PC experience”
“13.3-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge Touch Display”
I own a Lenovo Yoga (touchscreen convertible), came pre-installed with Windows 10 which I hardly ever see now as most of the time I’m in Debian 10 of course. I almost never used the touchscreen or the convertible feature of the device though it is useful to have, especially for Amazon Kindle, which is the only application I need Windows for now; and even that most of my books work fine on the cloud reader from Debian, thankfully.