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TUXEDO Pulse 15 Gen2 Linux Ultrabook Out Now with Ryzen 7 5700U, WQHD Display

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Unveiled two years ago, the TUXEDO Pulse 15 Linux laptop is now in its second generation with a newer AMD Ryzen 7 processor, namely the 35W Ryzen 7 5700U with only 15 watts TDP, a single-fan/single-heatpipe cooling system, and integrated AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics, which promises to offer virtually the same performance as the Ryzen 7 4800H processor used in the first generation of the laptop but with much less power draw.

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TUXEDO Computers Pulse 15 Gen2 Linux laptop is powered by AMD

  • TUXEDO Computers Pulse 15 Gen2 Linux laptop is powered by AMD Ryzen 7 5700U with 35W TDP

    Now is a wonderful time to be in the market for a laptop that comes pre-loaded with a Linux-based operating system, as there are many great options. Linux laptops used to be a bit of a rarity, but as Linux gains popularity, these computers are becoming more commonplace. Currently, my recommendation is the HP Dev One which runs System76's Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS, as that notebook is affordable, well-built, and offers an overall excellent experience.

    Today, yet another new Linux laptop is announced, this time by TUXEDO Computers. Well, technically it isn't entirely new, but actually, it is the second generation of its Pulse 15. Yes, after two years, the company has decided to refresh the computer with an AMD Ryzen 7 5700U processor (with 35W TDP) and 15.6-inch 165Hz WQHD (2560 x 1440) IPS display.

The Next-Gen TUXEDO Pulse 15 is a Workstation Powerhouse

  • The Next-Gen TUXEDO Pulse 15 is a Workstation Powerhouse

    TUXEDO Computers is a German manufacturer popular for offering a wide range of consumer Linux desktops and laptops.

    One of their latest notebook releases, the Pulse 15 – which was introduced two years ago has received a second revision and it sounds like a big upgrade.

    The notebook’s new 15.6-inch display takes the center stage here. A 2560 x 1440 pixels LED panel is definitely a huge enhancement compared to the 1080p display used in the previous model. So you can expect clearer and more detailed images, not to mention fluid movements thanks to the high 165Hz refresh rate!

Tuxedo Pulse G2: Linux in your lap

  • Tuxedo Pulse G2: Linux in your lap

    Tuxedo Computers is launching a second generation of its Pulse high-end Linux laptop.

    If you want to run Linux on a new PC, you have fewer options than if you want the default of Windows. Of course, you can just buy a Windows laptop and hope that everything works. This means paying for an OS you don't want and accepting the risk that some things don't work when running a Linux OS, don't have drivers, and so on.

New Linux Ultrabook from TUXEDO Computers

  • New Linux Ultrabook from TUXEDO Computers

    TUXEDO Computers has released a new 15" Ultrabook running Linux.

    TUXEDO Computers has announced a new second-generation Pulse 15 Linux ultrabook with updated components. The new laptop sports an AMD Ryzen 7 5700U that uses only 15 watts TDP and adopts a single fan/heat pipe cooling system. This new configuration offers the same performance as the first-gen ultrabook but draws considerably less power.

    According to TUXEDO Computers, “While AMD officially specifies the 8-core processor with only 10 to 25 watts, TUXEDO pushes the power up to a sustained 35 watts (PL1) to offer demanding users very strong CPU performance with relatively low energy consumption.”

TUXEDO announce the Pulse 15 second-gen laptop

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