System76 Teams up with HP to Create the Dev One Laptop

May 24, 2022

HP and System76 have come together to develop a new laptop, powered by Pop!_OS and aimed toward developers.

The HP Dev One is a new laptop that is developer-focused and was created with the help of System76. This new laptop (which is yet to even go on pre-order), will start at $1099.00 and has a spec sheet that includes the likes of 16GB of DDR4 (@ 3200 MHz) RAM (upgradeable to 64GB), AMD Radeon graphics, a 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD, an AMD Ryzen 7 PRO CPU,  and a 14" FHD anti-glare display. This is all powered by System76’s own Pop!_OS Linux distribution.

The Dev One has a tuned Linux keyboard that shrugs off the “Windows” key in favor of a “Super” key and is built to help you code faster and better.

Although the rumors have been running rampant that this effort could wind up with HP buying System76, Carl Richell, the CEO and founder of System76, assured me that was just that…a rumor.

As of this moment, there is no indication as to when the Dev One will ship, but you can sign up to be notified of any related news from the official site.

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