The only PROFESSIONAL laptop with KDE's seal of approval is now even better.

The KDE Slimbook II comes with processors that are 15% more powerful, and RAM that is 33% faster. The larger touchpad is clickable all over its surface and is much more functional. Thanks to its larger antennas, you will get a better WiFi reception wherever you are, and the two hard drive bays allow you to connect a second hard disk.

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What is it?

- SLIMBOOK is the Linux-friendly ultraboook that now comes with a more powerful hardware. Completely renovated, the KDE SLIMBOOK II is also completely better.

- KDE Neon, the best operating system for PLASMA, has also been renewed with incredible innovations, better performance and hundreds of new features.

Why should you care?

The new KDE Plasma desktop is a graphical environment that improves at the speed of light. Although it would be very long to summarize all of its advantages here, just consider these two:

- It is ideal for Linux beginners, since it is easy to use and easy to learn. The default layout is familiar and everything is where you would expect it to be.

- At the same time, it is a powerful and very versatile desktop. As it allows insane levels of customization and adaptation, it is also ideal for the most demanding users.

But KDE offers you more than just the Plasma desktop. KDE includes with Plasma a set of fantastic applications of all kinds and, once you start using them, you will wonder how it is possible you had never heard of them before.

KDE Slimbook II or Katana II?

By choosing the KDE Slimbook II, you help Free Software. Slimbook donates part of the profits it makes from KDE Slimbooks to the KDE project. These donations help pay developers, contributing to the improvement of applications, and to the security and stability of KDE software. Always shop responsibly, always buy from companies that contribute to Free Software... Like we do.

Want to know more?

Visit the web that the KDE community has created to inform you about KDE neon and Plasma:

Enter the world of KDE SLIMBOOK by visiting:

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