Linux is an operating system that is very popular with programmers, and since most Lenovo laptops will be Linux-certified. Laptop forgotten purism offers a wide selection of pre-built Linux laptops with a variety of operating systems. The best of the best preparation and follow-up build Linux laptop options will easily deal with Ubuntu. Here are the best three Linux laptops for budget seekers, gamers and starters.
ASUS CHROMEBOOK FLIP C434
The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 is a budget option laptop for the users and one of the best Chromebooks on the market. It’s nearly 30% off for Prime Day and it matches its lowest price ever.
It had a 1080p display and the powerful speakers and makes this a fabulous Chromebook for content consumption. If you’re carrying this laptop in a laptop bag, you didn’t feel it too heavy. And it weighs 3.1 pounds. It has thin bezels and otherwise slim frame, so it will not take up too much of space. Asus Chromebook Flip C434 isn’t a gaming laptop and it is an ideal candidate for any general computing needs. And it has the lowest price now and it is a great time to pick one. The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 has an Intel Core m3-8100Y processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It has a 14-inch touchscreen. It has a price of $569 and now on Amazon prime day, it has $399.
SYSTEM 76 ORYX PRO
System 76 Oryx Pro is the best laptop specially designed for Gamers. This laptop is the one the best portable Linux powerhouse. System 76 Oryx Pro has a different beast pack with open-source embedded controller firmware and Nvidia RTX graphics. And it is the first for this kind of laptops. You can get this laptop with a Core i7-10875H, which offers eight cores and 16 threads-essentially a more refined, 14nm version of the Skylake architecture that can push 5 GHz on a single core under any conditions. The Core i7-10875H in the Oryx Pro is linked with up to 64 GB of DDR4 RAM and up to 4 TB of NVMe storage. So you can use a 15.6-inch or a 17.3-inch, 144 Hz, 1080p, matte display, and anywhere between an Nvidia RTX 2060 to an RTX 2080 Super. This will make it pretty decent for Linux gaming. The Oryx Pro is said to be the Linux machine. It has pre-installed Ubuntu 20.04 LTS or System76’s Pop!_OS 20.04 LTS. It also has System76-developed open firmware as well as open-source graphics drivers for the Nvidia GPU.
Other notable features are 73Wh battery, aluminium construction as well as the inclusion of a Thunderbolt 3-enabled USB-C port. It is a relatively lightweight package of 4.39lbs for the 15-inch version and 5.07 lbs for the 17-inch variant. The price starts from $1,623 for the base version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD. And $3,665 for the maxed-out configuration.
Pinebook Pro is the laptop for the starters in the world of Linux. It looks similar to the Macbook Air without the over-sized touchpad. It has a 1920×1080 screen. The Pinebook Pro uses a 64-bit ARM processor called the Rockchip RK3399 SOC with a Mali T860 MP4 GPU. Pinebook Pro includes 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and it is the maximum supported by the Rockchip so it is not upgradable. It has also 64GB od eMMC storage, which you can upgrade whenever you want and also has a PCle x4 to m.2 NVMe SSD slot. The NVMe slot is empty, so you will need to purchase extra hardware. Pinebook Pro has 802.11AC WiFi networking and 5.0 Bluetooth. It has stereo speakers, microphones, headphone jacks, a 1080p front-facing camera, USB-C for power/video/data out. It has a 14″ 1080p IPS display, bootable Micro SD slot and 10,000mAh battery. Pinebook Pro has a price of $200.
Written By Amal Babu | Edited and Published by Joshna Sharon Johnson