A ton of Linux-powered hardware is out there, ranging from supercomputers and space rovers to more down-to-earth products like laptops, desktop PCs, smartphones, tablets, and more.
UK tech company StarLabs has unveiled a new Linux-powered laptop: the StarBook Mk V. The 14-inch notebook even offers a choice of open source firmware.
Looking for a new Linux laptop? The folks at TUXEDO Computers have something that may be of interest: the all-new Intel-powered InfinityBook 15 S laptop.
Ubuntu Linux is up and running on Apple Silicon thanks to developers working at Coreillium. They now hope to upstream their work on Linux for M1.
For a powerful Linux gaming laptop look no further than the new Slimbook Titan. It's specs leave other Linux laptops in the dust, as you're about to see…
BeagleV is a cheap RISC-V development board with full Linux kernel support. This post highlights its specs, price, and details how you can buy one.
Dig the look of the Nintendo Switch but prefer gaming on Linux? Meet the ODroid Go Super, an $80 ARM-powered games console that runs Ubuntu.
A seller of pre-built Linux laptops and desktop PCs has announced its closure. The company was early pioneer of devices sold with Ubuntu preinstalled.
Purism has announced a new version of its Librem Mini desktop PC. The small Linux-based computer is now powered by 10th Gen Intel i7-10510U processor.
The Raspberry Pi 400 is a newer, faster version of the Raspberry Pi 4, but built inside of a compact keyboard! This full-fledged Linux PC costs $70.
Original PinePhone owners can now upgrade their device using a replacement mainboard. This offers 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, and is available to buy now.
Fxtec's Pro1-X is the first smartphone available with Lineage OS preinstalled. The Pro1-X also boasts a physical QWERTY keyboard and supports Ubuntu Touch.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano its the company's lightest ThinkPad to date, but I'm more impressed by the fact it's available to buy with Ubuntu.