Star Labs Teases StarFighter Linux Laptop with 4K Display, AMD or Intel CPUs
UK-based Linux hardware vendor Star Labs teases us with a new Linux laptop called star hunter which promises to be their first laptop that comes with a 4K display.
Linux 4K laptops are coming and it looks like we’ll soon be able to pick one up from Star Labs, who are known for their power Starlite and StarBook Linux laptops, as well as Byte minicomputer.
Today, Star Laboratories took to Twitter to tease us with an upcoming Linux laptop, the Star Labs star hunterwhich promises to come with a 15.6-inch 4K 10-bit matte IPS display, 45W AMD or Intel processors, up to 64GB of RAM, and up to 2TB of SSD storage.
Star Labs has also confirmed that the The StarFighter Linux laptop will feature support for the Linux Vendor Firmware Service (LVFS) portal for firmware upgrades, as well as the fact that customers will be able to configure the AMD variant with Gen 3 flash storage and the Intel variants with Gen 4.
“We are finalizing production details of the StarFighter, a 15.6″ beast featuring: + 45W AMD/Intel processors + Up to 64GB of memory + Up to 2TB of storage It also features a matte 4k 10-bit IPS display, and yes, this display costs more than our StarLite,” Star Labs shared on Twitter.
Of course, as with all Star Labs Linux laptops, the StarFighter will come preinstalled with one of several supported GNU/Linux distributions that the hardware vendor has thoroughly tested on the device. These include Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, elementary operating system 6.1, Linux Mint 20.3, ZorinOS 16.1and MXLinux 21.1.
Star Labs hasn’t shared an exact release date for the StarFighter Linux laptop, but rest assured you’ll be the first to know when it’s available for pre-order, along with all the technical details you need to know ahead of time. purchase. .
Image credits: Star Labs/Twitter (edited by Marius Nestor)
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