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 and portable computers that work well with NetBSD, are of interest  and portable computers that work well with NetBSD, are of interest
 to developers, and are standardized or easy to find.  to developers, and are standardized or easy to find.
   
   This page references lots of different device drivers. All of them
   are built-in to GENERIC kernels and you don't need to load them.
   
 [[!toc ]]  [[!toc ]]
   
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 A number of NetBSD developers use Thinkpads to hack on NetBSD  A number of NetBSD developers use Thinkpads to hack on NetBSD
 and for everyday usage.  and for everyday usage.
   
   ## ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Ivy Bridge, i7)
   
   Installled with Coreboot and TianoCore (UEFI) firmware.
   
   Destroy the GPT data with `gpt destroy wd0` before installing.
   
   Hardware support is basically perfect aside from the fingerprint reader, for which no driver exists.
   
   * GPU acceleration works.
   * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwn" section="4"]] driver.
   * SD card reader is supported through the [[!template id=man name="sdhc" section="4"]] driver.
   * Suspend/resume works.
   
 ## ThinkPad T22  ## ThinkPad T22
   
 Works perfect (sound, display, all devices, infrared port not tested).  Works perfect (sound, display, all devices, infrared port not tested).
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 * Support for the display and HDMI output is provided through the Allwinner Display Engine driver.  * Support for the display and HDMI output is provided through the Allwinner Display Engine driver.
   This provides kernel modesetting and a full-resolution video framebuffer, however,    This provides kernel modesetting and a full-resolution video framebuffer, however,
   the 3D acceleraiton features of the GPU are not yet accessible - Mesa llvmpipe is used instead.    the 3D acceleration features of the GPU are not yet accessible - Mesa llvmpipe is used instead.
 * The CPU frequency can be adjusted automatically with `estd` or with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.  * The CPU frequency can be adjusted automatically with `estd` or with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.
 * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.  * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.
 * External WiFI adapters can be used. Support for the internal WiFi - after WiFi system rework?  * External WiFI adapters can be used. Support for the internal WiFi - after WiFi system rework?
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 * Support for the display output is provided through the Rockchip DRM driver.  * Support for the display output is provided through the Rockchip DRM driver.
   This provides kernel modesetting and a full-resolution video framebuffer, however,    This provides kernel modesetting and a full-resolution video framebuffer, however,
   the 3D acceleraiton features of the GPU are not yet accessible - Mesa llvmpipe is used instead.    the 3D acceleration features of the GPU are not yet accessible - Mesa llvmpipe is used instead.
   Currently, you can't connect external displays through USB-C.    Currently, you can't connect external displays through USB-C.
 * The CPU frequency can be adjusted automatically with `estd` or with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.  * The CPU frequency can be adjusted automatically with `estd` or with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.
 * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.  * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.

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