In recent months, Manjaro Linux has created a lot of buzz in the market of Linux laptops. Whether it’s a collaboration with TUXEDO computers for Manjaro InfinityBook, Manjaro KDE in Pinebook Pro as the default OS, or the upcoming Manjaro’s own Ryzen-based gaming laptop — Manjaro Linux has taken a long leap in hardware among other Linux distros.
In addition to the same, Manjaro Linux has now teamed up with the UK-based Linux laptop maker, Star Labs. The joint effort aims to offer Star Labs laptops with the latest Manjaro Linux 20.0. This means you can now buy Star Labs computers with any of these four Linux distributions preinstalled: Ubuntu 20.04, Linux Mint 19.3, Zorin OS 15.2, and Manjaro 20.0.
Star Labs Laptops With Four Linux Distributions
Initially, in 2017, Star Labs started shipping Linux distros with widely renowned computer manufacturer Clevo. But, they later moved to build their own laptops before launching Star Lite Mk II and Star LabTop Mk III.
Currently, Star Labs designs and builds two Linux laptop editions, Star Lite and Star LabTop, which comes with a choice of Linux distribution. Regardless of the distribution used, both Linux laptops run flawlessly.
The latest introduction of the Arch-based Manjaro Linux would surely broaden the userbase of Star Labs laptops. Obviously, it would also help the Linux ecosystem to grow more than before with another Linux distribution on hardware.
If you want to know about their specifications, and performance, I would suggest you check out our review article of their premium Star LabTop Mk III and little Star Lite Mk II. You can also buy Star Labs laptops from their official site here.