Thursday, February 29, 2024

This cheap Linux smartphone can swap your Laptop

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Pine64, a maker of Linux smartphones, has introduced its new PinePhone Convergence Package handset that can be utilised as a Computer system when plugged to an exterior display and a keyboard. The product expenses just $199 and is aimed primarily at Linux lovers. 

The PinePhone Linux smartphone is based mostly on the Alpine Linux-based PostmarketOS that can be utilised each in smartphone and desktop modes. 

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