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TUXEDO’s Latest Linux Laptop is All About the Screen

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Don’t get me wrong, FHD isn’t terrible (and it’s not as thought fractional scaling is super perfect on some distros anyway) but it feels like regular HD panels have been the stock option for too long.

Which is why I am excited to hear that European computer company TUXEDO — which is stylised in all caps; that’s not me shouting — offers higher-resolution displays in its 6th-generation InfinityBook Pro 14 laptop.

It’s not a typical 3K screen either, but an LTPS IPS in a 16:10 ratio at 2880×1800 pixels running at 90 Hz.

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TUXEDO release the configurable InfinityBook Pro 14

  • TUXEDO release the configurable InfinityBook Pro 14 with a crisp 16:10 display

    Many of you have been mentioning you want better screens with your Linux laptops, so TUXEDO listened closely with the brand new and flashy InfinityBook Pro 14.

    "Omnia is the equivalent of totality, of the whole. In order to enjoy complete sharpness of detail accordingly, the InfinityBook Pro 14 Gen6 has a 16:10 format instead of the usual screen format and is available under the name "Omnia" as a 3K premium variant with 2880 x 1800 pixels, measured 99% sRGB coverage as well as 400 cd/m2 brightness for optimal viewing possibilities while working and surfing." — Tuxedo Computers.

Tuxedo Infinity Book Pro 14 is a Linux laptop with Intel Tiger

  • Tuxedo Infinity Book Pro 14 is a Linux laptop with Intel Tiger Lake and up to a a 2880 x 1800 pixel display

    The latest Linux laptop from Tuxedo Computers is a thin and light powerhouse with up to a 14 inch, 2880 x 1800 pixel LTPS display, a 28-watt Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, and a body that measures just 0.6 inches thick and weighs just 2.2 pounds.

    The Tuxedo Infinity Book Pro 14 is available with a choice of Ubuntu or Tuxedo_OS Linux distributions, or you can choose no operating system at all if you’d prefer to load your own. It’s available for pre-order for 1249 Euros ($1530) and up and the notebook should begin shipping May 31.

TUXEDO Launches InfinityBook Pro 14 With a Gorgeous 3K Display

  • TUXEDO Launches InfinityBook Pro 14 With a Gorgeous 3K Display

    TUXEDO computers is popularly known for their Linux laptops.

    It looks like they have unveiled something exciting after a while that sports a gorgeous 3K res display with a 16:10 aspect ratio.

    While that sounds good on paper, let me briefly highlight what it offers.

This Is TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro14 Linux Laptop

Tuxedo Infinity Book Pro 14 Linux laptop launched with 3K LTPS

  • Tuxedo Infinity Book Pro 14 Linux laptop launched with 3K LTPS LCD display option and Tiger Lake-U CPUs

    Schenker subsidiary Tuxedo is introducing a new Linux-based 14-inch business laptop powered by Intel’s Tiger Lake-U processors. It does not come with a dedicated GPU, unfortunately, but, to compensate, it gets a 3K LTPS display option with 16:10 aspect ratio.

    The new Infinity Book Pro 14 from Tuxedo can be equipped with either a Core i5-1135G7 with 80 EU Iris Xe iGPU or an i7-1165G7 processor with 96 EU Iris Xe iGPU. These can be coupled with a maximum of 64 GB of DDR4-3200 RAM and the storage solution supports up to 4 TB capacities through the M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 x4 and PCIe 4.0 X2 slots, plus it also offers Intel Optane memory compatibility.

Tuxedo takes on Apple's MacBook with new 3K Linux laptop — equip

  • Tuxedo takes on Apple's MacBook with new 3K Linux laptop — equipped with Intel's latest 11th Gen CPU

    Linux PC developers Tuxedo unveils its 6th-gen InfinityBook Pro 14, a Ubuntu-based Linux laptop with an impressive 3K display panel to take on Apple's popular MacBook laptops.

    The European company's 14-inch laptop is set to start shipping on May 13, and it comes pre-installed with the popular Ubuntu-based OS for Linux laptops. For those interested, pre-orders are now available but it might be worth checking out what's under the hood below.

This could be the most powerful Linux laptop yet

  • This could be the most powerful Linux laptop yet

    German hardware vendor Tuxedo computer has launched a new line of Linux laptops with some eye-popping features.

    One of the standout features of the sixth generation of the InfinityBook Pro 14 laptop series is its 3K resolution 14-inch display in a 16:10 aspect ratio.

    The laptop is available in two processors from Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake series, the i5-1135G7 and the Core i7-1165G7. The base model ships with 8GB of 3200Mhz RAM, but can take upgrades of upto 64GB.

Tuxedo Computers Releases Powerful New Linux Laptop

  • Tuxedo Computers Releases Powerful New Linux Laptop

    Tuxedo Computers has announced the InfinityBook Pro 14 Linux laptop, Tuxedo, featuring a 3K high-resolution “Omnia” display packed with 2880x1800 pixels in a 16:10 aspect ratio.

    According to the website, the additional vertical screen space afforded by the 16:10 aspect ratio provides more effective use of space for improved productivity, compared to a conventional aspect.

This could be the most powerful Linux laptop yet

  • This could be the most powerful Linux laptop yet

    German hardware vendor Tuxedo computer has launched a new line of Linux laptops with some eye-popping features.

    One of the standout features of the sixth generation of the InfinityBook Pro 14 laptop series is its 3K resolution 14-inch display in a 16:10 aspect ratio.

    The laptop is available in two processors from Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake series, the i5-1135G7 and the Core i7-1165G7. The base model ships with 8GB of 3200Mhz RAM, but can take upgrades of upto 64GB.

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