Submitted by fanze100 1056d ago | news

System76 Rolls Out Ubuntu-powered Bonobo Extreme Gaming Laptop

Maximum PC: "Recently, Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth made a very bold statement when he said: “We expect to ship close to 20 million PCs in the next year.” Sounds like wishful thinking to us, but Linux system builder System76 would love nothing more than to see Shuttleworth’s prediction come true, as its entire business is dedicated to making Ubuntu-based servers, desktops and laptops. Its latest offering is a 17.3-inch laptop with “extreme components.”" (Gaming Laptop, Linux, PC, PC hardware)

newsguy  +   1056d ago
whoa...linux gaming..it begins!
mpctips  +   1056d ago
Gabe Newell has to be stoked.
KingPin  +   1055d ago
my question with this is, how many hardcore games are there that support linux?

its kind of a catch 22 situation, developers wont create if there is no market for it and laptops wont be sold if there no software support.

but im glad this is a start.

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