HP Released Its Dev One Linux
Laptop today. Aimed at coders, the 14-inch clamshell comes at a lower price than previous Ubuntu-based HP clamshells.
Starting At $1,099
The Dev One begins to keep costs low by opting for an AMD, rather than Intel, CPU and skipping the discrete graphics card.
HP's Last Linux Laptops
Part of its ZBook workstation lineup, went well over $2,000 and offered up to Intel Xeon processors and Nvidia RTX GPUs.
The Previous Workstations Used
Ubuntu 20.04 preloaded with software packages aimed at data scientists. However, the Dev One runs Pop!_OS, an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution from System76.
Also makes its own laptops, desktops, servers, and the Launch mechanical keyboard.
HP's Dev One Marks The First
Laptop to run Pop!_OS without "System76" stamped on the lid—although, you can download Pop!_OS and install it on your own system.