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Yes ill still be dual booting windows even though im a linux and mac guy, but im looking for a good asus that i can get the most compatibility features with Ubuntu or one of the more mainstreams distro.

I was looking at the 13.3" ASUS U35Jc Notebook, and found a few articles about it, but they were mainly talking about its instant on linux os it ships with.

Anyone have this guy or played with it?

If you have other suggestions im willing to take advice as well.

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Yes ill still be dual booting windows even though im a linux and mac guy, but im looking for a good asus that i can get the most compatibility features with Ubuntu or one of the more mainstreams distro.

I was looking at the 13.3" ASUS U35Jc Notebook, and found a few articles about it, but they were mainly talking about its instant on linux os it ships with.

Anyone have this guy or played with it?

If you have other suggestions im willing to take advice as well.

I haven't tried the above notebook, but I am really into this babes.

They have everything I need, power and lots of ram.

http://www.techbuy.com.au/p/151827/NOTEBOO...-FHD-SZ071V.asp

http://www.techbuy.com.au/p/140016/NOTEBOO...X-3D-IX012X.asp

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As said linux runs great on damn near anything.

As far as netbooks I've had both an Asus 900A and an Asus 1005HA

(which, btw does support injection ootb with bt4f)

i have the 1005HA too. mines blue. an covered in stickers.

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As said linux runs great on damn near anything.

As far as netbooks I've had both an Asus 900A and an Asus 1005HA

(which, btw does support injection ootb with bt4f)

The injection for that has to be icing on the cake... Ive worked in IT for a long time... and trying to get out of the field engineering ranks ive been sitting on an unfinished degree since 07 so im going back to finish that IT management degree get a second in Security or Systems Engineering and then an MBA... so thats good to know

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If you netbook or laptop has a shit wireless card, you can always buy of those from Alfa Networks. They work great for pen-testing.

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Gotta agree with you there I have an alfa network AWUS036H (1Watt) and love it. I plan to buy a few more actually

In a pen-testing scenario I would always have two Alfa's one for packet injection and the other for packet monitoring.

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