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System76 release upgraded Lemur Pro laptop, plus a desktop sale now on

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Hardware vendor and Pop!_OS Linux developers System76 have revealed a fresh upgrade for their ultraportable laptop, the Lemur Pro. Plus, they have a big desktop sale now on.

For the Lemur Pro laptop you'll get a choice between the Intel Core Ultra 5 125U or the Intel Core Ultra 7 155U, along with a 100% sRGB colour range 4.0” FHD+ (1920x1200) 16:10 screen. Starting at $1,399 you'll get 8GB DDR5 4800 Mhz RAM (up to 56GB), a 500GB PCIe4 M.2 SSD (up to 4TB x 2). System76 also said it has a new set of quality speakers, with up to 14 hours battery life.

It comes with plenty of connectivity too with 1× Thunderbolt 4 w/ PD, 1× USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C w/ PD, 1× USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, 1× USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A and a MicroSD Card Reader.

Their Pangolin, a cheaper AMD model at $1,299 was also upgraded to a 16.1″ 1920×1080 FHD display, with a battery giving you up to 10 hours life. On top of that they've also said the Darter Pro model is getting a 14th Gen Intel CPU (Core Ultra H-class) refresh soon as well.

Looking for a Linux desktop instead? Good news there too. System76 have launched their Spring Desktop Sale where you can save up to either $100 or $300 on their Thelio units depending on the model. Additionally, Intel's new 6.2 GHz, Core i9 14900HX processor is now available in Thelio Mira if you need more power.

They also teased on Mastodon "Some BIG announcements incoming over the next few weeks. Stay tuned...", so I wonder what that could be. Exciting.

See all the deals on the System76 website.

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Mohandevir Mar 22
QuoteThey also teased on Mastodon "Some BIG announcements incoming over the next few weeks. Stay tuned...", so I wonder what that could be. Exciting.

A System76 handheld! Lol!
Liam Dawe Mar 22
Quoting: Mohandevir
QuoteThey also teased on Mastodon "Some BIG announcements incoming over the next few weeks. Stay tuned...", so I wonder what that could be. Exciting.

A System76 handheld! Lol!
Well, that certainly would be something to see.
whizse Mar 22
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Quoting: MohandevirA System76 handheld! Lol!
Nah,they said BIG. Something like this:


You would still be gaming on the couch!

Edit: For clarity. That's a Cray-1 supercomputer, created by Seymour Cray an American designer who crammed supercomputers into the furniture he designed to keep prices up!


Last edited by whizse on 22 March 2024 at 5:01 pm UTC
If anyone is looking for a new system, I'd highly recommend System76. I bought a laptop last year, and recently when my Grandpa needed a new computer, I got him a Telio. They're both running flawlessly.
Pengling Mar 22
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Aside from my usual sentiment about it being good to see Linux portables vendors continuing to do their thing, I just have to drop in here and say how much I LOVE the promotional artwork for this one - how cool is that?!
One could do worse as far as Linux laptops go. That being said I've never been crazy about having 8GB of the RAM soldered on. The wifi doesn't look like it would work with the libre kernel which is an issue for me. The GPU also seems to be at best on par with the Iris XE, maybe even a bit worse, at least on paper. I'd still count the Nova Custom NV41 as my top choice for a new laptop.
BadCo Mar 23
Finally a 16:10 screen!
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