Here come the days when appliances based on Linux costs more than Windows computers. It would seem that at minimum the market share of OS Linux PC should cost mere pennies, but no new KDE Slimbook laptop is proof of that.
KDE Slimbook laptop costs $ 780 and works on Neon KDE, one of Linux distributions “Penguin”. Price includes 13-inch screen with a resolution of Full HD or 1920×1080 pixels and the built-in Intel processor graphics card. Itself CPU is a Core i5-6200U generation Skylake, and it comes with 4 GB of RAM and SSD 128 GB, so it will work very quickly. Also KDE Slimbook is equipped with a backlit keyboard, a network card (connected via USB), 2 year warranty, battery capacity of 6800 mAh, two USB 3.0 ports and output HDMI. Available modules Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 n.
There is also a version with a Core i7-6500U, 16 GB RAM, hard drive 500 GB and Wi-Fi 802.11 ac. The cost of such equipment Slimbook KDE is not installed. Add that KDE Neon is not entirely independent Linux distribution. It’s kind of a build of Ubuntu, from which emitted an awkward Unity interface. It was replaced by a human KDE, and seasoned it a number of changes aimed at stability and security KDE Neon.
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