Last updated on September 8th, 2018
HP is having another go at selling Linux-based laptops with a new line of low-cost notebooks based on Ubuntu Linux, which it will sell in the UK via online retail giant Ebuyer. The laptops will be available from the end of the month. The laptops, which will be priced between £200 and £300, will have 15.6-inch LED displays and one terabyte hard-disk drives, as well as four or eight gigabytes of memory and quad-core AMD microprocessors of varying performance, depending on price. The official tie-up between HP and Canonical means that the operating system is certified for all of the laptop’s components.