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|Name||Lenovo Ideapad Z360|
|Processor||Intel Corei-3 350M|
|Screen||13,3“ @ 1366×768|
|RAM||2048 MB DDR3|
|Graphics||Nvidia 310M/Intel UMA Core i-3 350|
|Network||Wlan: Atheros AR9285|
|Graphics||Partial||Thanks to nvidias unwillingness to provide optimus support for linux, the nvidia card doesn't work at all. The Integrated (UMA) Intel works fine.|
|Sound||Yes||The microphone integrated into the monitor only works with a weird workaround using the left/right settings in the pulseaudio-mixer (not the one that comes automatically with Ubuntu!)|
|Ethernet||Yes||Doesn't work out of the box, needs drivers|
|Wireless||Yes||Works out of the box in 10.4|
|Bluetooth||Not Tested||Bluetooth device is recognized, no further tests yet|
|56K Modem||Not Tested||No integrated modem|
|Firewire||Not Tested||No Firewire|
|Card Reader||Not Tested|
|ExpressCard Slot||Not Tested||No ExpressCard Slot|
|Camera||Yes||Camera works out of the box with cheese and skype|
Haven't tested much, since the lack of Nvidia support forces me to return the laptop.
Didn't even get to the installation screen on Ubuntu 9.10, so all tests were made using 10.4.1 LTS.
Some minor bugs with 10.4:
If it wasn't for the optimus issue, this would have probably been a decent laptop.
Bottom line: If you wan't a well-functioning, smaller Laptop running Linux, look elsewhere.