A new slim-line laptop


On the plus side, the InfinityBook Pro is light, slim, upgradable (RAM and storage), well built, and has a superb display and large, responsive trackpad. Its Linux support is very good, and battery life is okay, if not stellar. Negatives are the bad webcam, fan noise under high CPU loads, and cursor key layout. However if those things won't affect you or how you work, this is a great all-round workhorse that crams an impressive amount into its 1kg body.


  1. "Tuxedo InfinityBook S 14 v5" by Mike Saunders, Linux Magazine, issue 240, November 2020, pp. 20-21
  2. Tuxedo InfinityBook Pro 14 Gen6: https://www.tuxedocomputers.com/en/Linux-Hardware/Linux-Notebooks/10-14-inch/TUXEDO-InfinityBook-Pro-14-Gen6.tuxedo

The Author

Mike Saunders has been using, advocating, and writing about Linux since 1999. He was one of the founders of Linux Voice and gets nostalgic thinking about it.

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