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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.
   
 For i386-based netbooks also see  This page references lots of different device drivers. All of them
 <http://www.netbsd.org/ports/i386/netbook.html>.  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 T22  ## ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Ivy Bridge, i7)
   
 Works perfect (sound, display, all devices, infrared port not tested).  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.
   
 ## ThinkPad T61  * 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
   
 Used it since NetBSD 4.x.  Works perfect (sound, display, all devices, infrared port not tested).
 With Intel GMA, X works great.  
 Cardbus port doesn't work properly.  
 Expresscard not tested/tried.  
   
 ## ThinkPad X60s  ## ThinkPad X60s
   
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 ## ThinkPad X41  ## ThinkPad X41
   
 Works fine (sound, display, all devices, bluetooth, modem not tested).  Works fine (sound, display, all devices, bluetooth, modem not tested).
 Standby is broken for me in -current (~2012-01-12) but worked in 5.1.  
   
 ## ThinkPad X61s  ## ThinkPad X61s
   
 Everything works. Requires `PCI_BUS_FIXUP` and `PCI_ADDR_FIXUP` [[!template  Everything works. Requires `PCI_BUS_FIXUP` and `PCI_ADDR_FIXUP` [[!template
 id=man name="options" section="4"]].  id=man name="options" section="4"]].
   
 ## Thinkpad X201  
   
 Running -current since March 2011.  
 Working graphics (with the vesa driver), audio, trackpoint, wired  
 and wireless LAN.  
 Does not wake up after suspend (drives spin up but the display  
 stays black and the LED indicating a sleep state stays lit).  
   
 ## Thinkpad X220  ## Thinkpad X220
   
 From user reports, in NetBSD 9.0:  
   
 * Video acceleration works, but when using `xf86-video-intel` (the default),  * Video acceleration works, but when using `xf86-video-intel` (the default),
   it's advisable to set `Option "AccelMethod"  "uxa"` in `xorg.conf`.    it's advisable to set `Option "AccelMethod"  "uxa"` in `xorg.conf`.
 * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.  * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.
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 ## Thinkpad X230  ## Thinkpad X230
   
 From user reports, in NetBSD 9.0:  * Accelerated graphics.
   
 * Accelerated graphics with the i915 driver.  
 * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.  * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.
 * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwn" section="4"]] driver.  * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwn" section="4"]] driver.
   
 ## Thinkpad X250  ## Thinkpad X250
   
 Nearly perfect. Running NetBSD 9.0 and -current since 2019.  * Accelerated graphics.
   * Connecting externals displays works with the miniDP and VGA ports.
 * Accelerated graphics with the i915 driver. Connecting externals displays  
   works with the miniDP and VGA ports.  
 * SD card reader is supported through the [[!template id=man name="rtsx" section="4"]] driver.  * SD card reader is supported through the [[!template id=man name="rtsx" section="4"]] driver.
 * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.  * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.
 * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwm" section="4"]] driver.  * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwm" section="4"]] driver.
 * For the extra trackpoint buttons to work correctly, needs a patch to  * Extra trackpoint buttons: run at least 9.0_STABLE for fixes to the Synaptics driver.
   synaptics.c that is in -current and will be in 9.1.  * Brightness buttons do not work in 9.0 by default. You can bind them to
   Tapping and the clickpad have always been fine.  
 * Brightness buttons do not work in 9 by default. You can bind them to  
   xrandr in your window manager.    xrandr in your window manager.
 * Webcam will depend on upcoming xhci isochronous pipe support.  * Webcam will depend on upcoming xhci isochronous pipe support.
 * To record from the internal mic, set `mixerctl -w record.source=ADC02`  * To record from the internal mic, set `mixerctl -w record.source=ADC02`
   * Some spam from [[!template id=man name="hdaudio" section="4"]] on some 
     reboots, the chip doesn't seem to reset properly. Disappears and boots
     normally after a few seconds.
     [[!template id=pr number=51734]]
 * Suspend and resume work.  * Suspend and resume work.
   
 ## Thinkpad X260  ## Thinkpad X260
   
 From user reports, in NetBSD 9.0:  * Accelerated graphics.
   
 * Accelerated graphics with the i915 driver.  
 * SD card reader is supported through the [[!template id=man name="rtsx" section="4"]] driver.  * SD card reader is supported through the [[!template id=man name="rtsx" section="4"]] driver.
 * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.  * Ethernet is supported through the [[!template id=man name="wm" section="4"]] driver.
 * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwm" section="4"]] driver.  * WiFi is supported through the [[!template id=man name="iwm" section="4"]] driver.
 * For the extra trackpoint buttons to work correctly, needs a patch to  * Extra trackpoint buttons: run at least 9.0_STABLE for fixes to the Synaptics driver.
   synaptics.c that is in -current and will be in 9.1.  * Webcam will depend on upcoming xhci isochronous pipe support.
   Tapping and the clickpad have always been fine.  
 * Suspend and resume work.  * Suspend and resume work.
   
 ---  ---
   
   # Asus
   
   Eee PCs were previously very popular hardware, so they're widely available
   cheaply, tend to work quite well, and what works is documented.
   
   ## EeePC 701
   
   [[!table data="""
   GPU | WiFi | SD card reader | Ethernet | Audio | Webcam | Suspend/Resume
   Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported
   """]]
   
   ## EeePC 900
   
   [[!table data="""
   GPU | WiFi | SD card reader | Ethernet | Audio | Webcam | Suspend/Resume
   Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported
   """]]
   
   ## EeePC 901
   
   [[!table data="""
   GPU | WiFi | SD card reader | Ethernet | Audio | Webcam | Suspend/Resume
   Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported
   """]]
   
   ## EeePC 1000HA
   
   [[!table data="""
   GPU | WiFi | SD card reader | Ethernet | Audio | Webcam | Suspend/Resume
   Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported | Supported
   """]]
   
   ---
   
 # PINE64  # PINE64
   
 A number of NetBSD developers use Pinebooks to hack on NetBSD  A number of NetBSD developers use Pinebooks to hack on NetBSD
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 ## Pinebook (Allwinner A64)  ## Pinebook (Allwinner A64)
   
 From user reports to port-arm@, in NetBSD 9.0:  * 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,
     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.*`.
 * [[!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?
 * Plugging in external monitors works via the HDMI port.  
 * The CPU frequency can be adjusted with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.  
 * Mesa llvmpipe is currently used for 3D/OpenGL.  
   
 ## Pinebook Pro (Rockchip RK3399)  ## Pinebook Pro (Rockchip RK3399)
   
 * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.  * Support for the display output is provided through the Rockchip DRM driver.
 * Internal Broadcom WiFi is supported via the [[!template id=man name="bwfm" section="4"]] driver in -current.    This provides kernel modesetting and a full-resolution video framebuffer, however,
   External adapters may still be more stable.    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.
 * 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.
   * External WiFI adapters can be used. Support for the internal WiFi - after WiFi system rework?
     Internal Broadcom WiFi is supported via the [[!template id=man name="bwfm" section="4"]] driver in -current.
     However, external adapters may still be more stable.
 * The display backlight can be adjusted with `sysctl`.  * The display backlight can be adjusted with `sysctl`.
 * Mesa llvmpipe is currently used for 3D/OpenGL.  
 * Connecting external monitors does not currently work through USB-C.  
   
 ### Pinebook Pro CPU affinity  ### Pinebook Pro CPU affinity
   

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