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   * The processor has more than enough power for all things I do with it. It even makes me do more on the notebook rather than using the desktop.   * The processor has more than enough power for all things I do with it. It even makes me do more on the notebook rather than using the desktop.
   * RAM and disk space are more than enough for me as this is not my primary system. The speed is as expected and I am sure it will serve me well for quite some time.   * RAM and disk space are more than enough for me as this is not my primary system. The speed is as expected and I am sure it will serve me well for quite some time.
-  * As a true Linux user I tend to use the keyboard more often than the mouse/touch pad and even though the travel is really shallow (usually I prefer [[https://www.cherrymx.de/en/products/mx-blue.html|Cherry MX Blue]]) it still is astonishing precise and it feels nice to type on.+  * As a true Linux user I tend to use the keyboard more often than the mouse/touch pad and even though the travel is really shallow (usually I prefer [[https://www.cherrymx.de/en/mx-original/mx-blue.html|Cherry MX Blue]]) it still is astonishing precise and it feels nice to type on.
   * Speaking of the keyboard: the <Home> and <End> keys are not somewhere hidden under a <Fn> key but are their own keys. Great!   * Speaking of the keyboard: the <Home> and <End> keys are not somewhere hidden under a <Fn> key but are their own keys. Great!
   * The touch pad has a nice feel and is very precise as well. I like the three finger tap as middle click which is very useful in Linux (this may be a KDE feature however).   * The touch pad has a nice feel and is very precise as well. I like the three finger tap as middle click which is very useful in Linux (this may be a KDE feature however).
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