I'm going to talk a little bit about your graphics cards.
I really like them, but there is only one problem about your product, the drivers aren't available for Linux-OS. Till now there wasn't any problem about this, but yesterday i have downloaded the Steam open beta for Linux and wanted to play a game on my Notebook.
It doesn't work and then i have tried to get some drivers form my HD 5650 and i have seen there wasnt available. Then i have looked on the Nvidia side for drivers and they was available on Linux-Os, so i was really disappointed about this and your team have only 2 possibilities. Either you make the drivers for your graphic cards also for Linux, or i would never buy any graphic cards from you.
I haven't any problem to spread my opinion, in Polytechnical School and anywhere else.
In Linux environments, programmers can build device drivers either as parts of the kernel or separately as loadable modules. Makedev includes a list of the devices in Linux: ttyS (terminal), lp (parallel port), hd (disk), loop (loopback disk device), sound (these include mixer, sequencer, dsp, and audio).The Linux .ko modules contain loadable device drivers. The advantage of loadable device drivers is that they can be loaded only when necessary and then unloaded, thus saving kernel memory.