Hi Scott. I have one more suggestion: ask your girlfriend if she is in need of typing in german or not. In such case I will suggest considering a german keyboard anyhow: once you get used to it, it's easier to type in english on a german keyboard instead the opposite, even if german keyboard have a different behaviour in uppercup/number mode. Greatings, diego
-----Original Message----- From: Scott Shawcroft firstname.lastname@example.org Reply-to: Linux User Group Bozen-Bolzano-Bulsan email@example.com To: Linux User Group Bozen-Bolzano-Bulsan firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [Lugbz-list] Computer store? Date: Sun, 29 Nov 2009 08:54:00 -0800
Thanks everyone! I think I'll look at one of the Amazon.com stores. She is at the Free University. I'm also coming to visit in a few weeks and can bring a new one with me.
Thanks for pointing out the keyboard issue. I hadn't thought of it. :-)
Thanks and keep up the good Linux work, Scott
On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 4:15 AM, Andreas Baumgartner <lists +email@example.com> wrote: Scott Shawcroft schrieb: > I'm Scott from Seattle in the US. My girlfriend is currently studying in > Bolzano and needs to buy a new computer (ideally a netbook). Do any of you
Hi Scott, does your girlfriend study at the Free University of Bozen? The ICT department has some special offers for students: http://www.unibz.it/en/ict/ComputerInternet/network/UniversityNotebook/