Hi, from Sioux Falls, SD,
After using Bodhi for a while on iMac via Parallel's Desktop, I started looking for an compact laptop to run Bodhi on a dedicated machine. I ended up with Lenovo ThinkPad X200s with 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD and 12 inch screen.
The laptop arrived yesterday and Bodhi installed with no problems at all. The system is fast and responsive. Absence of a trackpad is an advantage rather than a deficiency - for travel it is sufficient, and for the stationary use I may plug in a mouse.
So far, Bodhi experience is excellent, and I do not see anything missing (at least in comparison with Linux Mint that I am using on another machine).
The software availability is good via the App Center and repositories, although everyone recommends to be careful with repositories.
I am currently looking for a lightweight RAW image file viewer to view Olympus RAW files while traveling. The possible list includes UFRaw and Geeqie. If anyone provides an insight with this regard, that would be helpful and well appreciated.
So, ThankPad X200s is great, Bodhi is awesome, and I hope it keeps this way.