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Entroware Proteus is a Linux Laptop for Getting Things Done

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Not wanting to be left out is UK-based computer company Entroware, who have just unveiled their latest Ubuntu laptop — and it’s packs some big tech inside.

Say hello to the Entroware Proteus.

The Entroware Proteus is 15.6-inch laptop packing a whopping 73 Wh battery. Even used at full tilt, this laptop isn’t going to need recharging as often as other 15-inch workstations, meaning users can get more done,with fewer adapter-related interruptions.

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Also: Entroware bring the Proteus Linux laptop with Intel Xe, a big screen and long battery life

Entroware Unleashes a Beast of a Linux Laptop

  • Entroware Unleashes a Beast of a Linux Laptop

    If you're looking for a portable workhorse, look no further than the Entroware Proteus laptop.

    Are you on the lookout for a Linux-powered laptop that can go the distance and exceed your needs of power, size, and battery life? If that sounds like the perfect machine to fill your dance card, and you're not looking for the most brilliant display on the market, Entroware has the laptop for you.

Entroware Poseidon is a Linux PC Powered by an 11th-Gen Intel

  • Entroware Poseidon is a Linux PC Powered by an 11th-Gen Intel CPU

    Launched today, the Poseidon is Entroware’s most powerful Intel-based Linux PC to date. You can spec it out with an eight-core Intel Core i9-11900 processor, up-to 128GB RAM, and even a terrifically epic 16 TB of combined HDD and SSD storage.

    The base config is priced from £760 and is rather modest than that, offering a six-core Intel Core i5-11400, 8GB DDR4 3200 Mhz RAM, and a single 250 GB PCIe NVMe SSD. You can switch out to an Intel Core i7-11700 if you want a little more oomph, and doubling the RAM to 16 GB (either when you buy or after, using RAM you buy yourself) seems like a bit of a no-brainer.

UK-based Entroware launch the Poseidon desktop

  • UK-based Entroware launch the Poseidon desktop with 11th Generation Intel CPUs | GamingOnLinux

    After a new shiny pre-built desktop PC built for Linux support? UK-based Entroware are back again after the recent Proteus laptop reveal with their new Poseidon desktop. This is their new top-end model built for "Every Linux Professional".

    "From the sound-dampened chassis to the high quality power supply and everything in between, Poseidon is built from top to bottom with every component being carefully selected for for reliability and performance." - Entroware

    Not exactly built for gamers mind you, however, don't let that stop you. The point here is it's another Linux vendor putting out a new model that might work out a little easier for you than slotting it all together from parts, along with having someone to fallback on if it doesn't work right. The Poseidon does not come with a dedicated GPU either, it's a bring-you-own graphics card box although you do get Intel UHD Graphics as standard with the CPU options.

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