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.
PinePhone Pro is billed as "the fastest mainline Linux smartphone on the market" and packs performance upgrades compared to the original PinePhone.
Looking for an open source smartwatch you’re in total control of? If so, check out the Bangle.js 2 which is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. This hacker-friendly piece of horological hardware is the brainchild of Espruino […]
Pinte64 unveil the PineNote, a 10.1-inch e-ink tablet running on Linux. Their e-ink tablet has an EMR stylus for note taking, and costs from $399.
The Steam Deck is a 7-inch handheld gaming PC powered by Arch Linux. Yes, Arch Linux. Discover more details, including Steam Deck specs and price, inside.
Want a smartwatch for $27 that runs free, open source software? You can now buy one thanks to Pine64. In this post we look at the PineTime specs and more.
Check out the new TUEXDO Stellaris, a high-end gaming laptop that runs Linux. In this post we share the TUXEDO Stellaris price, specs, and other details.
Check in for details on the new Slimbook Executive, a lightweight ultrabook preloaded with Ubuntu, and powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU.
Fancy throwing $599 at the promise of a Linux tablet that can rival the Apple iPad? Now’s your chance. After months of teasing one, Chinese company Jingling has launched its crowdfunding campaign for the JingPad […]
Entroware Poseidon is a high-end desktop PC running Ubuntu. The computer packs Intel's 11th gen processors, with various configuration options offered.
The Entroware Proteus is a 15.6-inch Linux laptop with 11th gen Intel processors and a gargantuan 73 Wh battery. Read on for Proteus specs and where to buy.
TUEXDO InfinityBook Pro 14 is a 14-inch Linux laptop with a 3K screen, Tiger Lake CPU, and lots of upgrade potential. Learn more, including price, here.
Want a laptop that encourages you to upgrade, repair, and replace parts? If so, check out the Framework laptop which is now available to preorder in the US.