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System76’s AMD-Only “Pangolin” Linux Laptop Is Finally Here

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Designed as a light and fast laptop for everyday use, the Pangolin is not System76’s first AMD-powered laptop, but it’s the most ambitious one since the company known for many great Linux friendly hardware is now delivering an AMD-only Linux laptop that ships with both an AMD CPU and an AMD GPU.

Customers can choose between the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U processor with 6 cores and 6 threads and up to 4.0 GHz clock speed or the AMD Ryzen 7 4700U processor with 2.0 8 core and 8 threads and up to 4.1 GHz clock speed. Both processors include powerful AMD Radeon integrated graphics.

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System76 Pangolin is the AMD-powered Ubuntu Linux laptop

  • System76 Pangolin is the AMD-powered Ubuntu Linux laptop of your dreams

    If you are a Linux user, you can't go wrong with Intel. That company's processors, chipsets, wireless cards, and other hardware have long been very compatible with Linux-based operating systems. An all-Intel system should be a headache-free experience with Linux. If you want to game or do other graphic-intensive actions, however, an NVIDIA GPU has historically been the best option -- a better experience than AMD graphics cards.

    Nowadays, AMD-based systems are Linux-friendly too, and Radeon graphics are becoming more commonplace in computers running Linux distros. Today, popular Linux-based computer-seller System76 finally launches its first-ever laptop to have both an AMD processor and AMD graphics -- the 2021 "Pangolin" that we told you about in December. This is not only historic for System76, but it is a godsend for Linux users that are fans of AMD.

System76 Pangolin Laptop Launches - Powered By AMD Ryzen 4000

  • System76 Pangolin Laptop Launches - Powered By AMD Ryzen 4000 Series

    Going back to last December System76 had been teasing a new Pangolin laptop that would be AMD powered. Finally their new laptop has launched with Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors and making use of the integrated Radeon graphics.

    The new Pangolin "pang10" model features the choice of the Ryzen 5 4500U or Ryzen 7 4700U "Renoir" processors with integrated Radeon graphics. The Pangolin features a 1080p 15.6-inch display, up to 64GB of RAM, and one M.2 SSD. The new AMD-powered Pangolin weighs 1.65kg and measures in at 36 x 23.9 x 1.99 cm.

Linux vendor System76 releases the Pangolin, a full AMD laptop

  • Linux vendor System76 releases the Pangolin, a full AMD laptop

    Ready for an all-AMD solution to your hardware problems? Not long after announcing their new Thelio Mira desktop, System76 believe they hold the AMD answer with the new Pangolin. The first System76 laptop that comes with both an AMD CPU and AMD graphics, along with it also being their first AMD CPU powered laptop in the line designed specifically for "everyday computing". This is the same unit they teased out late last year, with it now becoming available.

    "Our customers have long been asking for a lightweight, versatile laptop fully powered by AMD," says Sam Mondlick, VP of Sales. "We believe the Pangolin answers this demand with its sleek lightweight design and easily upgradable components. It’s definitely a fantastic addition to our line."

Pangolin: The New All-AMD Laptop from System76

  • Pangolin: The New All-AMD Laptop from System76

    Shortly after the release of the Thelio Mira desktop, System76 has followed up with a new laptop, the Pangolin. Those of you who have been waiting for a fully AMD-powered experience, can now do so with the release of this product.

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    It has a dimension of 14.19″ x 9.42″ x 0.78″ (36 x 23.9 x 1.99 cm), and apparently is the lightest 15″ laptop in System76’s inventory at 3.64 lbs (1.65kg). It can be opened at up to 180 degrees. The battery is rated at 49 Wh, and the webcam is 1M, being able to capture at 720p resolution. The Pangolin can come pre-installed with either Pop!_OS or Ubuntu.

System76 Pangolin Linux laptop with AMD Ryzen now available

  • System76 Launches Its New AMD-Powered Linux Laptop

    Linux users, pay attention: System76 is launching an AMD-powered Linux laptop. Better still, it has great specs, looks good, and most of all, is powered by an AMD Ryzen 4000U processor.

    Although Linux laptops are becoming increasingly common, most run on Intel hardware and use Nvidia graphics cards, if using a discreet GPU at all. So, the launch of a Linux laptop running with AMD hardware is a welcome addition to the market, especially one that allows you to pick and choose your hardware.

  • System76 Pangolin Linux laptop with AMD Ryzen now available for $849 and up - Liliputing

    The System76 Pangolin is a 3.6 pound notebook with a 15.6 inch full HD matte display and a choice Pop!_OS or Ubuntu Linux operating systems.

    But what makes the Pangolin stand out from other Linux laptops from System76 is the processor options: the notebook is powered by an AMD Ryzen 4000U “Renoir” processor.

    First unveiled in December, the System76 Pangolin is now available for purchase for $849 and up.

System76 Updates their Pangolin Laptop

  • System76 Updates their Pangolin Laptop

    System76 does many things very well. One of those things is listen. The consumers have spoken and they wanted an AMD-powered version of their most popular laptop to date, the Pangolin. The Pangolin has the title of the first System76 laptop to be powered by the AMD Ryzen line of mobile processors. And with the Pangolin, you can configure a laptop all the way up to the Ryzen 7 4700 CPU and AMD Radeon graphics. As for memory and storage, the Pangolin can be spec’d up to 64GB of RAM and up to 2TB of NVMe storage.

    The 15" laptop includes multi-colored backlit keys with tactile feedback, a large, multi-touch trackpad, and a 1080p matte display.

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