Last but not least, Star Labs Lite Mk III is available for pre-order now. It’s a little premium 11-inch laptop with an IPS display, backlit keyboard, glass trackpad, and fanless design. Star Labs is also working on bringing Coreboot to the LabTop Mk IV. https://blog.elementary.io/devices-slimbook/#star-labs
Laptop With Linux has added new Tongfang models with magnesium-alloy chassis, IPS displays, and up to 8-core AMD Ryzen 7 4800H processors. They also feature a slick new Super key design—and Laptop With Linux now ships worldwide. https://blog.elementary.io/devices-slimbook/#laptop-with-linux
elementary OS is now available on a range of devices from Slimbook, from thin and light laptops to all-in-ones and desktops. Plus, every purchase with elementary OS helps support development. Welcome, Slimbook! https://blog.elementary.io/devices-slimbook/
Slimbook is now a retailer of elementary OS! This means you can get devices with elementary OS pre-installed directly from Slimbook, and each purchase helps support us. Check out all of our retailers, and maybe pick up a new device. https://elementary.io/store/#devices
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Thank you to the @elementary team for all their support!
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We’ve brought elementary OS 6 pre-release builds to Pinebook Pro as an experiment, and it works pretty well. :) Read David’s write-up of the process and learn how to get it for yourself! https://blog.elementary.io/elementary-os-on-pinebook-pro/
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elementary OS is completely Open Source and anyone can get involved in our community. Check out this webpage for a list of ways that you can help make it even more awesome: https://elementary.io/get-involved
If you’re in the market for a new computer, elementary OS now ships pre-installed on several laptop models and when you purchase from one of these retailers, it helps fund development! https://elementary.io/store/
ICYMI, we recently published a blog post with some information about the upcoming elementary OS 6 and how you can get early access to experimental daily builds. Check it out: https://blog.elementary.io/updates-for-july-2020/
Hey app developers, looking to get started building apps for elementary OS? Make sure you check out https://docs.elementary.io to get all the info you need
Good to see @elementary exploring new ways to fund the project with Early Access Builds.
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While we have a few elementary OS 5.1 updates to cover for the month of July, the bigger news is that we’re ready to start talking about elementary OS 6. Check out the updates, some features planned for elementary OS 6, and how you can get Early Access. https://blog.elementary.io/updates-for-july-2020/
Hey developers, would you like to learn the fast and easy way to add keyboard shortcuts to your app? Check out our new documentation for GLib’s SimpleAction https://docs.elementary.io/develop/apis/actions
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