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The KDE Project has introduced the fifth generation of KDE Slimbook notebooks.

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KDE Slimbook 16 is developed with the participation of the KDE community and Spanish hardware vendor Slimbook. The software is based on the KDE Plasma 6 desktop, the Ubuntu-based KDE Neon system environment and a selection of free applications such as the Krita graphics editor, the Blender 3D design system, the FreeCAD CAD system and the Kdenlive video editor. The default graphics environment uses the Wayland protocol. All applications and updates delivered with the KDE Slimbook are thoroughly tested by KDE developers to ensure a high level of environment stability and hardware compatibility.

The new notebook is characterized by the use of a 16-inch screen (2560x1600, 6:10 sRGB 100%, 165Hz), as well as the use of AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS processor (8 cores with 16 threads, 3.8-5.1GHz) and AMD Radeon 780M GPU (12 cores RDNA 3, 2700 MHz). The device features 2 USB-C 3.2 ports, three USB-A 3.2 ports, Wi-fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and a physically disconnected HD 720P 1.0M webcam. It comes with up to 64GB of RAM (5600 MHz DDR5) and 8TB SSD (two NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD NVMe slots). Size: 356.6*248.5*20.3mm, weight 1.86 kg. The cost of the device is 999 euros.





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