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Posted in Tech Tips on 10 Jun, 2023

The Best Linux Laptops

The most well-known os in computers is of course Windows and macOS as the next but ranks definitely Linux as it is one of the most used platforms especially for more advanced users.

For a normal computer user Linux is basically unknown, but if someone more experienced introduced him to it maybe he would be much more comfortable than on Windows as Linux has always had really many features and options even though most of them are really complex.

Recently, however, it has started to become even more popular and has a lot more laptops, so we'll show you some that we think are some of the best at the time.

Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition

This laptop from Dell has also a version with Windows but the XPS 13 Developer Edition comes with the Ubuntu Linux OS installed. If you mainly just want a great laptop for everyday use with Linux, this is the best option for almost everybody.

It is lightweight and really thin. When purchasing with the default options, you’ll get:

  • Intel Core i5 CPU
  • 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD
  • 8GB of RAM

If you want some upgrades then you can bump up the CPU to an Intel Core i7, increase the size of your SSD and memory, and customize your display.

System76 Oryx Pro

This laptop is one of the best Linux laptops for of all time. It’s highly customizable so you can get exactly what you need. This laptop even comes with System76 Open Firmware with coreboot, giving you extra short boot times.

You can really choose anything out there the only thing you can't choose by yourself is the CPU which is set as a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU. It is also impressively thin and presented on a glare-resistant matte display.

Juno Neptune 15-inch

This is the best Linux gaming laptop you can find. It is enriched with some really interesting hardware and that is why it also ranks as one of the first.

Most people would say that Linux isn't the best for gaming, but in the last few years it's been very close to that, also because you can install several games on Linux via Steam.

It is really expensive but with these in:

  • Intel eight-core i7 CPU
  • GPU three different options: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (6GB GDDR6), 2070 (8GB GDDR6), 2080 (8GB GDDR6)
  • customizable memory, starting at 16GB of DDR4, and the size of your M.2 NVME SSD, starting at 512GB

An optional ssd can be added as well if you feel you need more storage.