Slimbook has added another machine to their PC lineup which lets people experience Linux on quality machines. Their latest offering is an All-In-One desktop computer called Slimbook Curve.
As the name suggests, it lets you use your favorite Linux distro on a 24-inch FHD curved screen display that is enclosed in a beautiful aluminum body. Slimbook Curve comes with all the features and enough power a regular user would want from their PC.
Users can pick between an Intel Core i7-7500 and Core i5-7200 CPUs, add up to 16 gigs of DDR4 RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. A secondary storage can be added as well. It also includes built-in speakers, Bluetooth 4, 6 USB ports, and a WiFi-AC chip onboard.
An Intel HD 620 chip handles the graphics department. The absence of a discrete GPU could be a turn down for many. It somewhat digestible as dedicated graphics chips aren’t a common sight on AIOs. Another drawback could be its 7th generation Intel chip, but given the compatibility needs of Linux operating systems, again this could be acceptable.
What’s the best part is you get choice of customizations when you buy Slimbook Curve. You have two RAM options, 6 primary storage options, 9 secondary storage options, 2 WiFi card options, etc.
If you’re interested in buying it, Slimbook Curve’s Core i7 model comes with a base price tag of 949 euros. You need to spend 100 euros less for the Core i5 model. The Linux machine comes with a two-year warranty, but it’s limited to Europe.