I tested 3 popular Linux distributions on the brand new fifth model Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1. I’d to create a couple of preparations in Windows before I can also start the installation, though I will not go into details about this here as I have previously written a lot more about this very last month.
Hardware compatibility used varying a great deal between different Linux distributions only a couple of years ago.
I downloaded every available software updates for every distribution after adding them. I did not configure or maybe seek out any drivers or even directions apart from the regular-use-configuration necessary to link to devices and networks for testing.
WiFi (I noticed exact same network speeds as well as dependability as Windows 10) Trackpoint and thouchpad
Micro-SD card reader
It is an inconvenient location and calls for you tilt the display screen down a little to open up the compartment.Items that did not work:Sponsored
Put simply, you should not have some hardware compatibility issues for the typical parts of this particular laptop computer with the fifth model Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1 in some up-to-date and recent Linux distributions.