In this post we will look at Linux pre-installed laptops and where can we buy. We will generally list Linux Laptop sellers and some example laptops and their prices. We will also look at feedback about these sellers. To get more reliable information about Laptops and Servers Linux support distributions like Ubuntu, Red Hat provides information and certification about the hardware. For example, Ubuntu support information can from the Certification Ubuntu page.
System76 is a company consist of a diverse team of creators, makers, and builders. The company provides Linux related hardware for a long time. The company provides laptops, desktops, servers compatible with Linux.
ZaReason company profile is similar to System76 but they are newer than System76.
Dell is a global and well know computer hardware manufacturer. Dell generally provides Windows Operating Systems but in some cases, Linux Operating Systems like Ubuntu are provided. Dell sells its laptops in the Developer or Workstation category.
Asus is another company of global computer hardware manufacturers.
HP generally provides Ubuntu distributions as preinstalled in Linux laptops.
Emperor Linux provides Linux supported Computer Hardware generally laptops. The company also provides support for Linux Operating System and Hardware.
Linux Certified is a company sells Linux laptops. The company also provides training and consulting services.
Libiquity provides products and services to build on opensource and embedded hardware.
Los Alamos sells computers designed and configured by Linux professionals.
Purism is a dedicated professional company to bring computer users privacy, security, and freedom.
Think Penguin sells some different types of laptops originally designed for Linux operating systems.
Lenovo is a global manufacturer for computer hardware. Lenovo is at the end of this list but actually it is a top company that provides Linux supported computer hardware from laptop to servers. Lenovo is inherited its Linux vision from IBM and continue it. Lenovo is very popular in Linux end users.