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TUXEDO Stellaris 15 Linux Gaming Laptop Launches with AMD Ryzen 9, NVIDIA RTX 3080, and 3K Display

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Meet TUXEDO Stellaris 15, the newest member of the ever-growing line of Linux computers from TUXEDO Computers, and the second to ship with a 3K display, after TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14, featuring a generous and sharp 15.6-inch size with a 2560×1440 pixels resolution, 350 nits brightness, 800:1 contrast, and an 165 Hz refresh rate.

But TUXEDO Stellaris 15 is a high-performance gaming laptop, and its best feature is that it lets you customize it with either AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX, or Intel Core i7-11800H “Tiger Lake” H45 processors with 8 cores and 16 threads, as well as a power consumption of 45 watts.

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By Liam Dawe

  • The TUXEDO Stellaris 15 laptop launches with Intel and AMD options

    Here we are again, TUXEDO continuing to roll out new models to try and capture Linux users attention and the latest with the TUXEDO Stellaris 15 sounds pretty great. Part of what makes the TUXEDO Stellaris 15 interesting is the split options between AMD and Intel CPUs, giving you more control and choice on what you can buy.

    Before getting too excited, keep in mind it's yet another high-end gamer and high performance workstation model. We have something of a lack of low-mid end devices since these high-end options seem to be what gets people talking, even though we would love to see more low end stuff too.

Tuxedo Stellaris 15 is a Linux gaming laptop...

  • Tuxedo Stellaris 15 is a Linux gaming laptop with Intel or AMD processors, NVIDIA graphics

    Linux PC company Tuxedo Computers is taking orders for a new gaming laptop called the Tuxedo Stellaris 15 Gen 3. It’s a 4.9 pound notebook with up to a 2560 x 1440 pixel display featuring a high refresh rate, support for up to a 150-watt NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU.

    It’s also available with three different processor options: Intel Core i7-11700H, AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, or AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX.

    Those are all 45-watt, 8-core, 16-thread processors designed for laptops. When paired with a high-performance GPU, the Tuxedo Stellaris 15 will likely be rather power hungry when running at full blast, and it does have a 230 watt power supply. But it also has a 92 Wh battery that Tuxedo says should allow you get up to 8 hours of battery life for less-demanding tasks.

By Joey Sneddon ·

  • Need a Linux Gaming Laptop? Check Out the TUXEDO Stellaris

    Announced today, this 15.6-inch high-performance laptop from European hardware company TUXEDO offers a 3K display (2560×1440) display, an optomechanical (sic) keyboard for responsive gameplay and comfortable typing, plus your choice of Intel or AMD processor.

    The base configuration costs €1,799. This gets you an Intel Core i7-11800H CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics, a 250 GB SSD, and 8 GB of RAM.

    Prefer AMD? if so, can swap out the Intel chip for an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H or an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX CPU.

TUXEDO Stellaris 15: High-End Linux Gaming Laptop

  • TUXEDO Stellaris 15: High-End Linux Gaming Laptop

    TUXEDO Stellaris 15 is a 4.9 pound notebook with up to a 2560 x 1440 pixel display featuring a high refresh rate.

    TUXEDO Computers is a hardware manufacturer from Germany that develops and manufactures pre-installed devices based on the Linux operating system. Computers, notebooks and PCs from TUXEDO Computers are not mass-produced or off-the-shelf devices. Each device is individually assembled, installed, configured and tested for customers. This process ensures consistent high quality, reliability, quietness and low noise.

TUXEDO refresh the Polaris 15 and 17 laptops...

  • TUXEDO refresh the Polaris 15 and 17 laptops with new AMD and Intel options

    TUXEDO Computers have returned with a splash today to show off their new Polaris 15 and 17 Linux laptops. They've been refreshed and upgraded with some powerful updated components with both AMD and Intel options.

    "The choice between AMD and Intel has never been more difficult, as both processors are now almost on par - so our customers have a hard decision to make." — Herbert Feiler, CEO TUXEDO Computers

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