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Slimbook reveal the upgraded Slimbook Fedora 2 with 14" and 16" models

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Slimbook and Fedora have teamed up again for a refresh of their Slimbook Fedora laptop with a second edition now available. Coming in two editions for those who prefer things at different sizes across a 16" and 14" screen. Both of which are available in either silver or black. The 14" model is priced 1,399€ EUR with the 16" model priced at 1,799€ EUR.

Every purchase supports the GNOME Foundation too with 3% of the proceeds from each unit sold going to them. The specifications listed below taken from the announcement:

Slimbook Fedora 2, 16” Model

  • Intel® Core™ i7-13700H Processor.
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 4060 GPU.
  • Sleek Color Options: Silver and Black (magnesium chassis).
  • 16-inch 16:10, 100% sRGB, 90Hz Display (2560 x 1600 Resolution).
  • Versatile Keyboard Options: ISO and ANSI (Available in almost any language).
  • Up to 64 GB SO-DIMM DDR5 RAM (removable).
  • Up to 8 TB M.2 SSD NVMe Gen 4.0 (removable).
  • Thunderbolt 4 & USB-C 3.2 Gen2 10Gbps.
  • 82 Wh Battery.
  • Lightweight Design: 1.6 kg (3.5 lbs).

Slimbook Fedora 2, 14” Model

  • Intel® Core™ i7-13700H Processor.
  • Sleek Color Options: Silver and Black.
  • 14-inch 16:10, 100% sRGB, 90Hz Display (2880 x 1800 Resolution).
  • Versatile Keyboard Options: ISO and ANSI.
  • Up to 64 GB SO-DIMM DDR5 RAM (removable).
  • Up to 8 TB M.2 SSD NVMe Gen 4.0 (removable).
  • Thunderbolt 4 & USB-C 3.2 Gen2 10Gbps.
  • 99 Wh Battery.
  • Lightweight Design: 1.3 kg (2.8 lbs).

See more on the Slimbook website.

Could this be your next laptop purchase? Sure does look and sound great.

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grigi May 3
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Quoting: cameronboschFwpud also worked well on my unit. I did the recent BIOS update through the command-line with no issues.

So, the latest firmware fixed something noticeable for me.
The original firmware, if I plugged the laptop into my phone charger (a 20W usb-c thing), or the steam deck charger, it would just say the charger isn't powerful enough and not charge AT ALL.

Now, it charges happily from the phone charger.
Very happy about that.

Also received a firmware update for the fingerprint reader that fixes a local-access security flaw. Had to re-enroll my fingerprints to get it to work again.

I also recently got Cyberpunk2077 and playing it on an external 4k monitor. It basically never drops below 30fps, so feels very smooth, even though its consistently below 60fps. Regardless of that, the game is very enjoyable.
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