So I have just checked the language, and there is no keyboard support for Icelandic
. There is danish, norwegian (bokmaal) and swedish.
My reasons for not choosing a tablet or the prime for study is that the keyboards are cramped, and the OSs are not supporting a full fledged office suite like MS office or Libre office atm. You will be a first mover no doubt, and that might spell trouble when things get busy at uni with exams and so on. Don't get me wrong, the Prime would still be fantastic for research and notes, but as a worktool it cannot compete with a macbook or thinkpad in regards to keyboard, OS and academical app support. Come to think of it, the above is mostly a concern, I haven't made enough experience with the prime to fully back it up.
If you can afford it, the buy both. Unis often have great discounts on apple and lenovo products - otherwise you can buy heavily discounted thinkpads over the net from germany from sites like ok1.de. Have a look at an X201 model from Lenovo or a Macbook Air before you decide.
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