System76 launches Lemur Pro, its lightest Linux laptop : linux
System76 has been manufacturing Linux-based PCs for over a decade, and the corporate continues to pump out new methods for many who favor the “alternative” working system to Windows hegemony. With its new Lemur Pro laptop, the corporate provides to its already formidable lineup of notebooks, desktops, and servers.
The laptop measures 12.6″ x eight.5″ x zero.6″ and weighs zero.99kg, or about 2.2 kilos.
At simply 2.2 kilos (and a mere zero.61 inches thick), the Lemur Pro is System76’s lightest laptop thus far. Between the slim kind issue and the most recent Intel processors — to not point out the 73 Whr battery — the Lemur Pro guarantees nice battery life, although the corporate is simply offering claims in a cheeky trend (10 hours to observe the Lord of the Rings trilogy, 16 hours for studying Wikipedia, 21 hours for coding with VIM).
The Lemur Pro turns into the third System76 laptop to utilize 10th-generation (or Comet Lake) 14nm CPUs, becoming a member of the Galago Pro and Darter Pro fashions in providing both the Core i5-10210U or the Core i7-10510U. It helps up 40GB of RAM and, with a pair of M.2 SSD slots, as much as 4TB of storage. It additionally includes a 14.1-inch full HD 1,920×1,080 show, together with a pair of USB three.zero ports and a USB three.1 Type-C port with charging capabilities.
Like different System76 methods, the Lemur Pro ships with both Ubuntu or its personal Pop!_OS put in. Among its different benefits, the corporate’s OS taste encrypts its set up and affords full-disk encryption. Like the Galago Pro and Darter Pro, the laptop additionally ships with open-source Coreboot firmware to switch the corporate’s personal BIOS.
System76 is promising an early April arrival for the Lemur Pro, with a beginning price ticket of $1,099. You can present your contact information on the corporate’s web site to have an opportunity at first dibs on the brand new laptop.