I've been looking for a tiny Linux portable for quite some time. I'm a systems engineer who travels frequently. Currently have an X201s, but want something even smaller. The most important dimension to me is the width. I'm looking for some recommendations.
FHD or higher screen, 11.6" or less. (Lots of terminals)
4GB RAM minimum
64 bit CPU with at minimum 2 threads, 4+ preferred
Runs desktop operating system natively (CentOS). No Android chroot tricks.
Form factor wise, I LOVE the new lenovo yoga tab 3 pro. But it's an Android device.
I'm okay with the idea (actually very interested in..) of pairing a small tablet with a mechanical keyboard.
I also own a Sony Vaio P system, which is close to the perfect form factor for me, but it's only 32 bit and just too slow to use anymore.
I really wish lenovo would make a thinkpad smaller than 11.6" (helix dimensions are not small enough for me).
Has anyone had experiences installing Linux natively onto any of the many of these new, cheap, high resolution Windows 10 Intel tablets?