Aside from the supposed better user experience that goes with shipping laptops with Fedora OS, the specs are also not too bad:
- 16” 16:10 sRGB 99%
- 3K display 90Hz
- Intel® Core™ i7-12700H 20 threads
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti
- Up to 64GB RAM
- Up to 4TB Nvme SSD
- 82WH battery
- 1.5 kg weight
There don't seem to be any price points or estimates provided yet though.
Personally, I love Open Source Software and even though there is quite a learning curve when it comes to switching from Windows or MacOS to Linux, I've loved how easy-to-use and flexible Fedora has been. The GNOME community is also active with bug fixes and feature releases.
But, there are also other devices that ship with Fedora out-of-the-box, like Lenovo , so I'm wondering what kind of change this product release will bring to the market.
Let me know your opinions!