Manjaro InfinityBook S 14 v5, the new laptop from TUXEDO and Manjaro

TUXEDO Computers and Manjaro Linux have worked together to create the new Manjaro InfinityBook S 14 v5, a laptop with a weight of 1KG that brings great specifications, starting with a 73 Wh battery.

This device was originally launched in April and is available starting at $ 1,384.

"Combined with the latest generation of Intel Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors, the Manjaro InfinityBook S 14 v5 has a 24-hour battery record and if you need to recharge, its extremely compact charger weighing only 140g fits in your luggage.”, Mentions TUXEDO.

The notebook is powered by an Intel Core i5-10210U processor that can be upgraded to Intel Core i7-10510U. It can be paired with up to 40GB of RAM and storage can go up to 2TB.

For graphics, you get an integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 and in terms of connectivity, the 14-inch laptop has a USB 3.1 Type-A port, a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A port, a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port. , an HDMI connector, an audio input and a MicroSD reader. There is no Thunderbolt connection on this laptop.

"To give fans the best experience, we have worked to implement Manjaro Linux for TUXEDO InfinityBooks computers. Inside we find both desktop environments, KDE Plasma and Xfce, both 100% implemented from the start.”Explains the manufacturer.

The Manjaro InfinityBook S 14 v5 is available from now on via TUXEDO Computers.


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  1.   POSDANONE said

    Expensive to mount an integrated Intel UHD620 graphics.