The latest portable from the Linux PC manufacturer weighs in at just 2.2 pounds while featuring 10th-generation Intel Core processors.
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The forthcoming notebook will ship with eighth-generation Core processors and either Ubuntu or the company's own Pop!_OS.
The newest Ubuntu-based notebook gets a performance boost as it upgrades to Kaby Lake i5 and i7 processor options, along with DDR4 RAM.
Guess who's been missing from the Linux revolution? Senior citizens.
Quo Computers' liquid-cooled Core i7 maxQ2 runs OS X, Linux, Windows 7 ... until Apple says otherwise
In theory, there's no reason you can't run Apple's OS X on non-Apple hardware, since Macs are using the same Intel processors as many PCs do. But actually finding someone who will sell you a computer running OS X who doesn't have Steve Jobs for a boss is quite a challenge, in no small part thanks to Apple's zealous legal team.