**OFFICIAL Sager NP5125/Sager NP5135/Clevo B5130M Owner's Lounge**

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Skwiggler, Jul 12, 2010.

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  1. Blacky

    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    I see, does anyone have a picture ?
     
  2. theriko

    theriko Ronin

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    It's in the SM in my sig
     
  3. nynoah

    nynoah Notebook Guru

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    Does anyone know if the NP5135 works well with Ubuntu.

    Also what is the battery life with the i5 580?
     
  4. bionic747

    bionic747 Notebook Geek

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    It only runs well on windows 7. And the battery life is about 2.5 hours.
     
  5. infinite012

    infinite012 Notebook Geek

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    I've been dual booting Win7x64 and Ubuntu 10.10 amdx64 for a while now. Both are very stable, although both suffer from some problems. For example, Win7 sometimes refuses to "sleep" or "hibernate." Ubuntu doesn't allow "sleep" or "hibernate." The synaptics touchpad is a bit strange in Ubuntu and needs to be "hacked" to enable two-finger scrolling. No word for pinch zoom or other features that are available in Win7.

    Overall, if you're not in to tinkering with your OS, just stick to Win7. It's tried and true.
     
  6. shteren

    shteren Notebook Guru

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    hmmmm i whouldn't say it's that big of a problem, the thing with the mouse pad is as simple as me sending you the right xorg.conf file and you putting it in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.

    besides that ubuntu runs great, really great, i can even make skype video calls out of the box!

    only downside is optimus, you can't use the nvidia card under ubuntu unless Nvidia will decide to release some adequate drivers, but unless you want to game in wine the igpu does a great job, compiz, youtube HD and everything.

    BTW infinite, don't use ubuntu 64 bit, it's for developers only, there aren't a lot of programs who has no support for 64bit or a crappy one. there's no real need for it in linux, it can hendle more than 3.5GB ram unlike windows.
     
  7. infinite012

    infinite012 Notebook Geek

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    I'll think about reinstalling Ubuntu with 32 bit version, but I'm happy with where the 64 bit version is at right now :)
     
  8. Daiei

    Daiei Notebook Enthusiast

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    For anyone with a Momentus XT, the new SD24 firmware update finally came out. Fixes stuttering/hanging issues many complained about (including me).

    Momentus XT Firmware Update
     
  9. Megasuperb

    Megasuperb Notebook Enthusiast

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    Right lads, I'm going for a Sager NP 5135 at the minute and I'm looking at the customizable options on xoticpc. Is the FHD display that much of a difference from the HD? Is it actually worth it, that is?
     
  10. rdtmk

    rdtmk Notebook Guru

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    Yes, for $60 its definitely worth it.
     
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