There'd also be the potential problem that while the vast majority of software I use is free and even precompiled for ARM in the Debian repositories,* that'd completely lock you out of proprietary software. For a netbook that might be acceptable, but I don't quite think it is for a proper laptop.
Regarding Loongson, I have to say that, as interesting as a little competition is, in terms of specs to price every Loongson product I've seen (like this) leaves me cold.
Depends what you want to do with it.
Yeah, 4GB is pretty much a minimum. But isn't most ARM hardware poorly documented and therefore poorly supported? (Outside of junk like Android.)
Well, suffice it to say that even if my wife or I had the expertise, neither of us would want to spend the time writing a driver just to make things work.
Ultra thin: just 17.8mm!
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