The New Thelio From System76 Is the Linux Desktop PC to Beat
System76 is a Denver-based company that sells desktops and laptops with Linux pre-installed. It has offered a high-end “Thelio” line of desktops since 2018, and now it is being updated.
The line of Thelio desktops, which can be configured with anything from mid-range Ryzen or Intel Core CPUs to high-end Threadripper and Xeon processors, have received many positive reviews over the past few years. The wood paneling gave it a unique look, and on the inside, custom firmware and optimization by System76 ensured it worked well with just about any Linux distribution — or even Windows, if needed.
System76 has now updated the case design on the Thelio, higher-end Thelio Mira, and the four-GPU Thelio Massive. There’s less wood paneling, which helped the original model stand out from the crowd, but System76 says it “has made the manufacturing process much more efficient.” The change did leave room for a larger sketch of the Rocky Mountains, though. Owners can swap the wood panel for different colors without taking the computer apart. System76 is introducing two new accent colors: a pink color and aluminum with PCB…
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