Linux hardware vendor Star Labs released today a Coreboot configurator app for its Linux laptops that lets you change various settings for the Coreboot open-source firmware.
Star Labs hardware vendor teases StarBook Mk V Linux laptop with 11th Generation Intel Core processors, up to 64GB RAM, up to 2TB storage, four speakers, up to 11 hours of battery life, and a 14-inch ARC display.
Good news for owners of the Star LabTop Mk III Linux laptop! You can now install the Coreboot open-source firmware for a faster and more secure boot experience. Here’s how!
Star Labs finally adds support for the Coreboot open-source firmware, which can now be installed on the Star LabTop Mk IV Linux laptop.
Star Lite Mk III Linux laptop from Star Labs is now available for pre-order from US $426. The laptop comes with a 1.1GHz Quad-Core Intel Pentium N5000 CPU, 8GB RAM, and your favorite Linux OS.
By popular request, Star Labs now offers the lightweight, systemd-free and Debian-based MX Linux distribution pre-installed on their Linux laptops. So you can now buy a Linux laptop from them with MX Linux pre-installed.
Star Labs reports that its latest Linux laptop now works with Solus 4.1, Fedora 32, Deepin 20, Kali Linux 2020.2, MX Linux 19.2, Peppermint 10, EndeavourOS, Parrot OS, Qubes OS, and Tails.
UK-based Linux computer maker Star Labs revealed today on Twitter that it will now offer the elementary OS Linux distribution as an OS choice for all of its Linux laptops.