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TUXEDO Computers Launches A Linux Laptop With Ryzen 7 4800H / Ryzen 5 4600H

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  • #11
    Originally posted by Mez' View Post
    It's good to see these kind of AMD pre-loaded laptop with decent specs.

    It's still a bit pricey for what it is, but it's really getting there!
    I would be willing to replace my 8+ years old Asus laptop with one of these if the base price would be around 750€.
    You must consider that with this price you are supporting a small company. If you want a cheap laptop there are better windows alternatives.
    Besides you can get a 91Wh laptop for 897 Euro. It's a great price for such a battery.

    Dual channel ram is optional.

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    • #12
      Check out the configurator here: https://www.tuxedocomputers.com/en/L...4-configurator.

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      • #13
        Looks nice but in 2020 any device with a barrel charge connector is dead to me!

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        • #14
          I will wait for any video review and probably buy it from Japan... (but looks like I need proper AC)

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          • #15
            Hmmm unfortunately they have no DP over usb-c. (

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            • #16
              This looks fantastic, I am a bit sad that they did not choose to support DisplayPort over USB-C. Unfortunately Intel is still ahead of the game with Thunderbolt if you want to do USB-C Power Delivery and connect multiple displays at the same time. Otherwise this is a fantastic laptop!

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              • #17
                Originally posted by stalkerg View Post
                I will wait for any video review and probably buy it from Japan... (but looks like I need proper AC)
                Wait no further:
                https://www.reddit.com/r/AMDLaptops/...f5nu1g_review/

                squash They support USB-PD up to 65W according to reviewers and XMG/Schenker

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                • #18
                  That seems to be the same Tongfang design as in the XMG/Schenker VIA 15 and the Mechrevo Code 01. So overall quite decent, except the lack of USB-C with DisplayPort function is unforgivable at the 1000€ price point.

                  According to some comments on the Internet, adding DP to the USB-C port would have required another PCB layer in the mobo.

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                  • #19
                    @all Tuxedo aswell as Schenker are usually rebranded CLEVO's. So you might find the same Model from System76 soon or any other Clevo rebrand.

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                    • #20
                      Damn... My ecologist conviction (I already own a laptop which still works very fine XD) is pushed hard at the look of this...

                      I'll definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a solid and durable laptop though, unless reviews would demonstrate a fatal flaw like insufficient brightness or build quality problems...

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