Linux PC maker System76 has released its most powerful laptop to date: the new System76 Bonobo WS is a mobile workstation with support for desktop-class chips including a 125-watt Intel Core i9-10900K processor and NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER graphics. At 8.4 pounds, it’s not the sort of laptop we’d normally cover on Liliputing, but hey, it’s more portable than a desktop with those components.

Prices start at $2399 for a model with a Core i5-10600K process and NVIDIA RTX 2060 graphics.

System76 Bonobo WS

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2 replies on “Lilbits: Use a Sony camera as a webcam, buy a monster Linux laptop, and more”

  1. [nitpicking]

    Sony hasn’t made DSLRs in 10 years. They specialize in mirrorless, the successor to the DSLR format. Their expertise in this new format has allowed them to surpass Nikon, the 2nd biggest camera company (mainly a maker of DSLRs), in global camera sales, and forced Nikon and Canon to develop their own mirrorless lineup in order to compete.


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