The keyboard is smaller than a standard laptop keyboard, but it didn't take me long to get used to it. It has good feel and response, and does fine for finicky touch-typists like me. Though I have small hands, so users with large hands might not be as comfortable. Terry's hands are a little larger, and she kept hitting the forward-slash key instead of the period key. Terry is a great test subject for computers, representing ordinary users with brains. She uses Linux every day for college homework, editing digital photos, and audio production, though she would not call herself a guru
The six-cell battery is shaped to elevate the Teo slightly, putting it at a good comfortable typing angle. The screen has a wide viewing angle, so you don't have to fuss with getting it just right. Sitting on my lap it is a little top-heavy, but not too much.
While Ubuntu is the most popular customer choice, ZaReason offers other Linuxes: Ubuntu Netbook Remix, which is Ubuntu with a netbook-optimized appearance, Kubuntu, Debian, Mint, or Fedora. Real Linuxes with all the bells and whistles, not weird little crippled-for-netbooks Linuxes.
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