Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Review: Zonbu Laptop

Filed under

You want a computer but you are not into gaming. You want a simple yet somewhat powerful computer without breaking your energy bill. You also want a simple and yet powerful Operating System to go with that computer. Where is a person supposed to find such a computer?

Enter Zonbu. The company that has both a desktop model and a notebook model for you to choose from at a low cost.

Today we are privileged to be reviewing the Zonbook. A Notebook with the Zonbu Linux Operating system and with a very low power profile.

This laptop is aimed at the low budget and lower power user crowd so no playing UT3 on this unit. The Zonbook came in a standard Laptop slimline cardboard box with a handle. A little beat up but still this is a nice touch. If you do not have a use for the box Zonbu has a option to send back the box for reusing or recycling. Just another example of how concerned about the environment they are.

The Laptop itself is very very basic.

More Here

More in Tux Machines

Android 6.0 Marshmallow review

Android, Google’s mobile operating system, has matured a lot over the past year. It’s running on 1.4 billion devices (up from 1 billion last year) and its most popular app store, Google Play, has more than 1 billion active users. In the last quarter, IDC estimates that Android held 82.8 percent of the global smartphone market. As its newest iteration, 6.0 Marshmallow, rolls out, Android’s going incredibly, undeniably strong. Read more

At the Heart of OpenStack Evolution

As it matures, OpenStack's parallel to Linux is clearer. Linux emerged 20 years ago as a somewhat exotic challenger to proprietary operating systems. Today, it is one of the most popular and widely used OSes. However, Linux still exists in a market of mixed use. It's likely that OpenStack will be subject to the same effect, becoming a viable option among a number of cloud infrastructures. Read more

GParted Live Gets the Latest Updates from Debian Sid

GParted Live, a small bootable GNU/Linux distribution for x86-based computers that can be used for creating, reorganizing, and deleting disk partitions, has been upgraded to version 0.23.0-2 and is now available for download. Read more

MATE-Desktop 1.11 Released, Working Towards MATE 1.12

MATE developers are currently working towards MATE 1.12. MATE 1.12 is expected to have full support for GTK3, initial support for Wayland, support for GNOME Account Servers, full support for systemd's logind, xf86-input-libinput driver support, and various other changes. The work-in-progress items can be found via the MATE-Desktop Roadmap. Read more