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Testing the CalDigit TS4 Thundebolt Dock on Linux (Quick Review)

I purchased the CalDigit TS4 Thunderbolt dock for use in my studio, and after I’ve spent some time with it I decided to review it. This will be a short review (as it’s just a docking station) but for those of you looking for a docking station to use on a Linux notebook, then this might be a solution for you.

External GPU’s – A Good Solution for Linux Gaming? Everything You’ll Need to Know

Imagine a future where your ultraportable notebook can morph into a gaming machine while docked at your desk. You don’t have to imagine it – it’s possible right now by utilizing an External GPU (eGPU). But unfortunately, Thunderbolt is a confusing pain. And many noteboook vendors are jerks. In the LearnLinuxTV guide to eGPU’s, this concept will be demystified, and you’ll learn everything you’ll need to know in order to use an External GPU.

HP Dev One Full Review (Part 2) – Upgrading RAM, Running Other Distros & More!

HP has released a Linux notebook! No, we aren’t in an alternate dimension, the Dev One notebook from HP is here, and it’s powered by Pop!_OS! LearnLinuxTV’s coverage of the HP Dev One continues in this follow-up video to the original, where we’ll explore this Linux-powered computer even further. This time around, we’ll take a look at upgrading RAM, running other distributions, virtualization, and more!

The 2022 System76 Kudu – Full Review!

System76 has released a brand-new Linux laptop, which it claims to be a “multitasking concerto”. The brand-new 2022 Kudu features an AMD Ryzen CPU, Nvidia graphics, and even a removable battery! In this video, Jay reviews the new System76 Kudu and gives you his thoughts.

A Linux PC in the palm of your hand! The Pantera Pico PC from XDO

In this video, Jay provides a quick review of the Pico PC from XDO, which is the smallest Linux PC that’s ever been reviewed on the channel. The Pico PC claims to be ultra quiet and fully compatible with Linux. Check out this review and find out if the Pico PC lives up to its claims.

Hands-on with the Turing Pi 2!

The Turing Pi 2 is quite an exciting project that might even be a game-changer when it comes to homelab. With it, you can set up Raspberry Pi Compute Modules as individual servers, and even cluster them! The Turing Pi 2 gives you access to many additional features that Compute Modules wouldn’t normally have access to, such as mPCIe, SATA, and more. This gives you access to build a data-center in a box, and Jay gives it a first-look on the channel in this video.