Commit 1061c7bc authored by Paul Brown's avatar Paul Brown
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<img width="100%" src="images/Products/PinebookProISO1.jpg" alt="PineBook Pro" />
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The [Pinebook Pro](https://www.pine64.org/pinebook-pro/) comes with Manjaro using the KDE desktop. It is meant to deliver solid day-to-day Linux or \*BSD experience and to be a compelling alternative to mid-ranged Chromebooks that people convert into Linux laptops. In contrast to most mid-ranged Chromebooks however, the Pinebook Pro comes with an IPS 1080p 14″ LCD panel, a premium magnesium alloy shell, 64/128GB of eMMC storage, a 10,000 mAh capacity battery and the modularity/hackability that only an open source project can deliver – such as the unpopulated PCIe m.2 NVMe slot. The USB-C port on the Pinebook Pro, apart from being able to transmit data and charge the unit, is also capable of digital video output up to 4K at 60hz.
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<img width="100%" src="images/Products/pinephone_pro_800.jpg" alt="PinePhone Pro" />
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Powered by a modified Rockchip RK3399 hexa-core SoC operating at 1.5GHz, the [PinePhone Pro](https://www.pine64.org/pinephonepro/) was ready for ordering in November. The PinePhone Pro ships with 4GB of dual-channel LPDDR4 RAM as well as 128GB of internal eMMC flash storage. It features a high-fidelity 13MP main camera sensor and a 5MP front-facing camera.
The PinePhone Pro is the device of choice to test run KDE's [Plasma Mobile](https://plasma-mobile.org/), an entirely free and open sourced environment for mobile devices.
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<img width="100%" src="images/Products/SteamDeck02.png" alt="Staam Deck game console" />
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In November, Valve announced the [Steam Deck](https://www.steamdeck.com/) – a handheld gaming device running KDE Plasma under the hood! By using a Linux-based OS, Valve is hugely improving the gaming space on Linux. And by running KDE Plasma, tons of people will gain exposure to KDE's software when they use the device docked with a monitor, keyboard, and mouse, because yes, you can do that! This thing is a real computer and can be used like one too!
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