Apologies for the lack of understanding of the hardware specifics.
Use case: I am an audio-visual creative artist that lives an itinerant life. I am very much interested in the ergonomic concept of a small laptop that I can work on at a moments notice. In terms of the art that I make which criticises the enshittification of mainstream tech, the ethos of MNT aligns very heavily with my artistic goals. As such I am contemplating the possibility of making all my art on an MNT Reform. I just have a few questions
Question 1: Is the MNT Reform hardware capable of handling Virtualisation?
I understand that the MNT reform would use a Linux based operating system which I have no issues with. Nevertheless, I am wondering of the hypothetical capabilities of using creative software that are not available on Linux (Ableton) on such hardware specs. I intend to use as much FOSS software as possible but would still like to know of my options.
Question 2: What are the graphics limitations of the MNT Reform for creative software and is there any compatibility with external GPUs?
Is there any feedback on limitations with 3D Graphics software eg Blender of Bryce 3d Pro? I create low-poly graphics akin to PS1 style aesthetics so it shouldn’t be too taxing on the system but just want to know. Otherwise, would it be possible to plug in an external GPU to the MNT Reform?
Question 3: HDMI output for MNT Reform.
Is it possible to plug this into a workstation monitor for dual screen output? Or would this be too much for the machine to handle?
Thank you kindly for your support and keep up the good work.