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A Toshiba Laptop that doesn't come with an OS, and is very Linux-friendly.
Tested it with ubuntu-10.04 (which came out before the laptop was even made, and it worked flawlessly (graphic/LAN/WAN/touchpad + scrolling pad), I've also tested it with:
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|Name||Toshiba Satellite C660|
|Processor||Intel Core i5 2450M (3MB Cache, up to 3.10 GHz)|
|Screen||15.6“ / 1366 x 768px|
|HDD||500GB Toshiba MK5075GSX SATA|
|Optical Drive||MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ8B0 SATA|
|Graphics||Nvidia Geforce 315M 1GB|
|Network||Realtek Ethernet RTL8101e 10M/100M / Atheros AR9285 AR5133 Wireless 802.11B/G/N|
|Graphics||Yes||Uses nouvu, might not give you full advantage unless you install nvidia's closed source driver|
|Ethernet||Yes||Realtek ethernet RTL8101e|
|Wireless||Yes||Atheros AR9285 MAC/BB|
|Bluetooth||Yes||Bluetooth Atheros AR5B195|
|Camera||Yes||Worked under Xubuntu-12.04, I didnt test it with anything else|
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