Brief: System76 has announced a new Ubuntu-powered ultrabook: Galago Pro. Looking at the design and specification, it surely looks like a premium laptop competing with Dell XPS 13 Ubuntu edition.
System76, a US-based computer vendor, is known for its exclusive Ubuntu based laptops and desktops. In addition to that, System76 also deals in Linux servers.
Galago Pro is the latest offering from System76 and this ultrabook has everything (at least on paper) to make it the best Ubuntu laptop you can buy.
System76 Galago Pro specification
Here’s a quick look at the technical specifications of Galago Pro:
- Processor: 7th Gen Intel i5/i7 CPU (Kaby Lake)
- Display: 13” HiDPI display (3200×1800)
- Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 620
- Memory: up to 32GB of RAM
- Storage: up to 6TB
- Networking: Ethernet port, WiFi
- Webcam: 720p HD
- Weight: 2.87 lbs (1.3 kg)
- Expansion: SD Card, Thunderbolt 3 USB-C, two USB 3.1
Unlike its previous notebooks, Galago Pro ditches plastic body for aluminum alloy. It’s sleeker than the rest as well. Weighing just 1.3 Kg, Galago Pro have everything you would expect in an ultrabook.
Pricing and release date of Galago Pro
The price for the basic model starts at $899. The price will increase if you select higher configuration.
Pre-orders will start on 11th April but only for those who have signed up for Galago Pro exclusive email alerts. In addition to that, pre-orders will have special deal prices as well.
If you haven’t done it yet, you can subscribe to Galago Pro email alerts on the page below:
Excited for Galago Pro?
Galago Pro has the latest processor, aesthetic design and is lightweight. It has everything an Ubuntu Linux user would ask for. In fact, this is what System76 aimed here. As Ryan Sipes, Community Manager at System76 told It’s FOSS:
“This is what our customers, and frankly what most developers and engineers, have been asking for. The Galago Pro is powerful with up-to-date hardware, has a bunch of ports, and a beautiful design. We look forward to delivering the best laptop out there for creators, makers, and builders.”
What do you think of Galago Pro specs and pricing? Do you think it is something you would consider buying? Do share your views in the comment section below.