Slimbook Goes All in with a Linux Laptop that Focuses on the Display and the Power

Jun 21, 2021

Slimbook is now offering a Linux laptop geared for professionals, with the launch of a new lightweight ultrabook with plenty of power to spare.

Slimbook offers several Linux-powered machines for all types of users. Recently, the company released the Slimbook Titan, which was an all-out powerhouse for gamers (including an AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPU and NVIDIA RTX 30 Series GPU).

The new laptop, the Slimbook Executive, turns its focus on professional users with more than enough power to be productive and a display that should be brilliant enough to stand up against the competition.

The Executive is a 14", 1 Kg laptop that includes an Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU and Iris X 1.30 GHz GPU that can power up to 4 displays. But the built-in display is something pretty special. The Slimbook Executive includes a 14" display running at 3K resolutions, a 90 Hz refresh rate with a 400 nits max brightness, 99% sRGB true color, 16:10 LTPS antiglare, and 89% viewing angles. So not only is this display beautiful, it can be viewed in most conditions and from numerous angles. 

The Executive also includes all the ports you’ll need, including 1 USB-C with video out, 2 x 3 USB 3.0, HDMI 2.0, and a USB-C Thunderbolt 4. You'll also enjoy a card reader and a 2-in-1 headphone/mic jack.

Battery life should run you up to 6 to 8 hours of real-world work.

Purchase your Slimbook Executive, starting at 1299,00 € with your choice of Kubuntu, elementary OS, Manjaro, Fedora, Ubuntu, Ubuntu Mate, Linux Mint, or KDE Neon. 


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