Wednesday, April 25, 2012

System76 redesigns/upates Lemur Ultra and Pangolin Performance Laptops

If you haven't been following the System76 scene for a while, they have sold out of their Lemur Ultra and Pangolin Performance laptops. All of the other ones have already sold out before.


Well now they have designed a new generation of the Lemur Ultra and Pangolin Performance laptops. These laptops have improved parts from the old generation, and have also had some design tweaks.


Lemur Ultra
The Lemur Ultra is a 14.1" 720p HD LED backlit display laptop.


Here is a chart direct from System76....
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At the time of this article, here is what it comes with. This is at the base, and this has no extra or upgraded parts added.

  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64-bit
  • 5GB free of Ubuntu One
  • 14.1" 720p High Definition LED Backlit Display
  • Intel HD Graphics 3000
  • 2nd Generation Intel Core i5-2450M Processor ( 2.50GHz 3MB L3 Cache - 2 Cores plus Hyperthreading )
  • 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM at 1600MHz - 1 X 4 GB
  • 500 GB 7200 RPM SATA II
  • 8X DVD±R/RW/4X +DL Super-Multi Drive
  • Intel Centrino 1030 - 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN + Bluetooth Combo Module
  • 1 Yr. Ltd. Warranty and 1 Yr. Technical Support
Below are some pics of the Lemur Ultra.










If you want to see the specs for your self, and if you want to look at the pricing and better parts, go here.

Pangolin Performance


The Pangolin Performance series of laptops has also seen a new generation. This time it is in its 9th generation. 


This laptop has a 15.6" 720p HD LED Backlit display.


Below are some pics. They look the same as the last ones, basically with a larger screen. They are different, so here they are anyways.










Below is a chart of specs, like the one above.




Go here to see the Pangolin Performance's page.

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