They also feature reviews of their products on Youtube:
More importantly, they offer support for their hardware and the Ubuntu OS:
I haven't tried their products yet nor ThinkPenguin's either but they sure do look very appealing the next time I want invest in another laptop.
For now, I have 3 usable laptops: An HP Pavillion with Windows 7, A Dell Inspiron with Ubuntu 12.04 and a Toshiba Satellite with Linux Mint.
I spend most of the time on the Toshiba Satellite with the other two for back-up.
All the issues I have faced with installation and configuration of Linux Mint or Ubuntu would probably be minimal if I bought a laptop with Ubuntu pre-installed from one of the vendors I mentioned above because they come already configured with the necessary drivers, codecs, software, etc to do most of the things the average user executes on his/her computer. For the hardcore gamers, I suggest you watch this review to compare with an X Box experience:
I'm not a hardcore gamer nor do I build computers but Linux has taken a bad rap for not being supported enough in terms of hardware manufacturers, driver support and gaming variety. I think that's changing already with the quality of hardware available, support available and Steam's foray into creating more games for the Linux world.
I also think that Linux hasn't taken off quickly because most of the world doesn't even know that it even exists. After all, you don't find any pre-installed Linux computers in retail outlets like Walmart or Best Buy. You also don't see any commercials on Linux. So I think that by getting the word out on Linux, its merits and its ecosystem of quality providers, Linux can be more mainstream.
I started a website to get the word out so feel free to share it with your friends if you like what you see: Going Mainstream with Linux