Articles Tagged pinebook

ARM laptop with Fedora logo

Things Are Looking Up for Linux on ARM Laptops

Red Hat developers announce plans to bring desktop Fedora Linux to Windows-based ARM laptops using the 64-bit ARM Snapdragon 850 SoC.

8 April 2019

$79 PineTab: The First Real Linux Tablet?

I dream of owning a proper Linux tablet, one running something like Ubuntu — and that dream just took a step closer to reality. Pine64 plan to release a 10-inch Linux tablet later this year […]

31 January 2019
Pinebook Pro laptop with linux mascot

Pinebook Pro Linux Laptop Coming This Year Priced $199

The Pinebook Pro is a new 64-bit ARM powered Linux laptop from computer makers Pine64. Priced at $199, the 14.1-inch laptop will run Linux.

30 January 2019
pinebook arm laptop running kde plasma neon

The $99 Pinebook Laptop Can Now Run KDE Neon

A $99 laptop that can run KDE Neon and the full Plasma desktop? I’m intrigued! But that’s exactly what KDE Neon’s Jonathan Riddell has shared word of on his blog, highlighting a new collaborative version of the distro […]

23 August 2018
the pinebook unboxed

What to Expect From The $89 Pinebook Laptop

It’s the $89 price tag that makes the Pinebook Linux laptop such a tempting purchase But few real-world reviews exist for this cheap and cheerful device — until now. Well, sort of. Pine64, the company behind the 64-bit […]

20 April 2017
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New Photos of the $89 Pinebook Linux Laptop Surface Online

The $89 Pinebook ARM laptop was supposed to go on sale in February. Sadly, the month came and went without so much as a peep from Pine64, the company behind the Pinebook. But today we’ve some good news. […]

2 March 2017
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$89 Pinebook Linux Laptop To Go On Sale Next Month

New details about the $89 Linux ARM laptop have emerged, including a tentative shipping date and warranty details.

4 January 2017
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Meet the Pinebook, a $89 ARM Laptop That Runs Ubuntu

The Pine64 Pinebook is an ARM laptop priced from $89. It can run Android, ChromiumOS and various flavours of Linux, including Ubuntu.

25 November 2016