Hello All, thank for replies.
Just to clarify, the context is the following: Am a Spanish-LatinAmerica user of Lenovo Thinkpad series. Here, most of official Lenovo stores and resellers do not sale preinstalled linux devices very often and only work with Windows setups. At least that was the vast scenario back in 2015, now find preinstalled linux is a bit more common - Ubuntu. Searching tech-support to inquiries for fedora users in such devices is still difficult, as @ilikelinux mentioned.
So I started on my own and got to have few X1-Carbons running fedora since 26 and onwards, making work almost everything except the fingerprint reader. All the basics, network, video-sound, VMs, and a lot of different software. The combination of ThinkPads and Fedora got pretty stable and reliable over upgrades.
Now Lenovo is releasing a ThinkBook Plus device which includes a double screen, the standard internal side plus a touchscreen with pencil as an e-ink tablet in the external. This device on Lenovo official support webpage is only a Win-10 release and am not getting able to find an answer on future linux support. My question now is, If I wipe out win-10 and install fedora 33 (as I did with the ThinkPads) ,¿Is there an option to totally lose the touchscreen ability ? due to lack of proper linux drivers?
If that happens, how could I start a work path on get such feature running? The local markets here seems not able to work & deal with Fedora enthusiastic users,
many thanks to all