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Lenovo Expands Its Range Of Ubuntu Certified Devices


Lenovo has expanded its range of Ubuntu certified devices to announce 30 Linux-Ready ThinkPad and ThinkStation PCs preinstalled with Ubuntu.

Previously only accessible to enterprises via a customized bid, a comprehensive range of nearly 30 Ubuntu-loaded devices will now be available for purchase via Lenovo.com.

The global expansion of the company’s Linux portfolio include 13 ThinkStation and ThinkPad P Series Workstations and an additional 14 ThinkPad T, X, X1 and L series laptops, all with the 20.04 LTS version of Ubuntu. The L series, however, is an exception which will have version 18.04.

These devices will be available globally starting September 2020 and rolling out in phases through 2021.

With this expansion comes increased accessibility to open source apps, libraries and tools to enhance developers’ productivity.

By providing these devices preloaded with the OEM version of Ubuntu, Lenovo is removing complexity for Linux users and introducing end-to-end web and phone support for platform-related Linux issues.

A quick look at Lenovo ThinkPad and ThinkStation devices to come preinstalled with Canonical’s Ubuntu LTS operating system:
● ThinkPad T14 (Intel and AMD)
● ThinkPad T14s (Intel and AMD)
● ThinkPad T15p
● ThinkPad T15
● ThinkPad X13 (Intel and AMD)
● ThinkPad X13 Yoga
● ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3
● ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 8
● ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 5
● ThinkPad L14
● ThinkPad L15
● ThinkPad P15s
● ThinkPad P15v
● ThinkPad P15
● ThinkPad P17
● ThinkPad P14s
● ThinkPad P1 Gen 3
● ThinkStation P340
● ThinkStation P340 Tiny
● ThinkStation P520c
● ThinkStation P520
● ThinkStation P720
● ThinkStation P920
● ThinkStation P620

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