Many are fond of System76’s hardware for several reasons. The company has expanded its hardware choices a lot in the past few weeks and months, and today, another member is joining the System76 family. Meet the latest model of the Lemur Pro, one of the most portable Linux laptops out there.
System76’s Lemur Pro laptop differs from other models in that it has a 180-degree hinge. It’s not 360-degree, so you can’t really flip the screen back to use it as a tablet, but you can lay the screen flat. As a result of this, it’s also really thin, and despite its thin profile, it also manages to deliver great battery life. System76 says that you can expect to get 14 hours of battery out of a single charge from this computer.
As for the specs, it’s powered by up to a 10-core Intel 13th gen CPU, with up to 40GB of DDR5 RAM and 8TB of PCIe storage. It also has a 14-inch 1080p display and supports features such as Thunderbolt 4 and DisplayPort, ensuring that it also happens to be a perfect computer to hook up a docking station with to squeeze the most out of it. The laptop weighs just 2.54 pounds.
This computer is now available for purchase at System76’s storefront, starting at $1,149, so if it sounds like your kind of Linux PC, make sure to get it now.
The new Lemur Pro has a 13th gen Intel CPU, a 14-inch 1080p screen, and full support for desktop Linux.