Asus launches Z line notebook in Brazil with embedded Linux


Another interesting option for the Brazilian consumer market. The popular computer manufacturer, Asus, is bringing to Brazil another good option of Notebook, of the Z line, with factory Linux, and no, it is not Ubuntu.

The operating system that the Notebook carries is the Endless OS, a distribution aimed at educational purposes not yet very popular in Brazil. The distro is from a company of the same name and has been investing a lot in Brazilian advertising, maybe you have seen something on Facebook about it recently.

We haven’t done a review complete of this distro, but it should be out soon. I’m sure someone would ask! ?

Well, talking a little about the Asus Notebook, it is also offered with Windows 10, in addition to the Endless OS, and it is no power masterpiece and even has an affordable price, considering our economy.

It weighs 2.14 kg, has a 15.6-inch screen with HD resolution, the processor is a Celeron N2940 Quad Core with a frequency of 2.25 Ghz, Intel HD Graphics 3000 graphics chip, 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB of HD, VGA WebCam, Wifi, Bluetooth 4.0, one USB 3.0 port and two 2.0, SD card reader and CD and DVD player.

It currently costs R $ 1,999.00, you can learn more about the product on the Asus website.

Although Endless OS is an option, the Asus website makes a point of recommending Windows 10 as an operating system, possibly you will have to inform at the time of purchase that you do not want the Microsoft system to make the purchase with the differential.

You can learn more about the Endless OS on the official website of the system.