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KDE Slimbook: New Linux Laptop with Ryzen 4800 processor

Recently, the market for Linux computers has grown significantly. Even though many of the devices do not meet the daily needs of the user, many companies now provide products that work with one of the many Linux-based operating systems. However, 3 was recently announcedη his generation KDE Slimbook, which not only meets all the needs of the public, but also offers many new features to Linux users.

The new Laptop, is the latest result from the collaboration between KDE and the Spanish company Slimbook. Thanks to the new Ryzen 4000 processor, the device is suitable not only for simple use, but also for processes such as Gaming, design, animation and 3D rendering.

What changes does the new KDE Slimbook contain?

KDE Slimbook: New Linux Laptop with Ryzen 4800 processor

The third generation of KDE Slimbook comes with many changes both internally and externally. For example, the new device is even thinner and comes with an even cleaner look. Other than that, the new KDE Slimbook also comes with two different screens of 14 and 15.6 inches. Of course, the device with the largest screen weighs 1.5 kg, compared to the other device, which weighs only 1.1 kg. Regardless, both devices have Full HD IPS LED screens, which can display a great image.

Going below, we come to the most important change of Slimbook, which is the new AMD processor. While previous editions of Slimbook were released with its editors Intel, the new device contains the AMD Ryzen 7 4800 H, which has 8 cores and 16 threads.

Speaking of the ports of the new device, we must mention that the Third Generation provides a total of 3 USB ports instead of just one, as in previous devices. In addition, the new laptop It also has a USB type-c port, HDMI port, and RJ45 in case you prefer cable connection.

As we mentioned at the beginning, the laptop comes with a Linux based operating system. In this case, the device uses KDE Neon, which is a modern and very light functional. Thanks to him KDE Plasma desktop, the system contains a very wide range of applications, which are already installed.

Although the exact release date is not known, the KDE Slimbook is already available for preorder. More information about the product can be found here.

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