I'm getting noise about UEFI support in LINUX. You wrote UNIX and I haven't heard if BSD UNIX is out with UEFI support.
Be sure you find out first as the world has changed and I don't want you to learn this after you bought the laptop.
I am looking for a device that combines a decent computational power and a touchscreen. I think a "convertible ultrabook" suits my needs but I don't seem to find the perfect one.
What I am looking for in such device is:
- Big enough display (something around 11.6-13 inches)
- Wacom enabled
- I need an UNIX distro so the easier it is to install it the better (I guess everything running a non-RT version of windows can virtualize Linux but if you can fully install it it'd be perfect)
- As light and thin as possible
I've seen these so far but all fail at some point:
- Dell XPS 12 Duo (I really like the desing and idea but no wacom enabled)
- Lenovo IdeaPad 13 (No wacom enabled plus I do not like the design and seems less portable than the Dell)
-Asus Transformer Book & Asus Vivo Tab (seems great but there are no in-deep reviews nor release date available)