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Hands On: The HL15 Homelab Server from 45Homelab

45Homelab, a brand-new division of 45Drives, has just released a new server – one that’s specifically built for use in your homelab! The goal of the HL15 is to offer the self-hosting community a server/chassis that mirrors that quality you’d typically find in enterprise data centers. In this video, Jay will give you his first thoughts after having some time to check it out.

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The “Nebula” PC Case from System76 is Here…But is it Worth It?

System76, a company known for making computers that are “born to run Linux” have released a new product, named “Nebula”, that allows you to build your own desktop computer that’s very similar to theirs! In this video, Jay has ordered TWO of these and has some thoughts to share with you.

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Building a Powerful Raspberry Pi NAS with the Argon EON Pi Case & OpenMediaVault

Are you looking to build your very own Raspberry Pi-based Network Attached Storage (NAS) for your network or homelab? In this video, we’ll take an in-depth look at the features and functionality of the Argon EON Pi NAS case, a case designed for Raspberry Pi that transforms it into a NAS. You’ll see the the build process, and we’ll also demonstrate how to install and configure OpenMediaVault, a popular open-source NAS operating system, to maximize the capabilities of your build. This is definitely a fun project, so check it out!

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The 2023 System76 Pangolin is an Awesome 15″ Linux Laptop

Are you looking for a new 15″ Linux laptop? If so, the Pangolin from System76 has recently been refreshed – but is it worth buying? In this video, Jay will review the brand new model and will give you his thoughts on the build quality, new features, and more! By the end of this video, you’ll be able to make an informed decision regarding whether or not the Pangolin is worth your consideration.

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Check out the new Pangolin here.

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The Launch Heavy Configurable Keyboard from System76 – Hands-on Review!

System76, a company that focuses on Linux-first computers, designs keyboards now. The Launch Keyboard “launched” some time ago, and for some of you the lack of a numpad was a concern. Now, the “Heavy” variation of the Launch mechanical keyboard is available – and yes, it’s a full keyboard complete with a numpad. In this video, Jay will give you his thoughts on the latest input device from System76.

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Check out the Launch Keyboard lineup here (no commission earned).

The New 2022 System76 Thelio Desktop with a Customizable Case (Full Review)

System76 revolutionized desktop PC’s with their Thelio desktop, and now the company has released a refresh that has a very interesting feature. In addition to many small tweaks and modifications, the new model actually lets you swap the new accent panel with one of several variations at any time. In this video, Jay will give you a full day 1 review of the brand new Thelio.

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Tiny Pilot Voyager 2 – Remotely Manage your Server Quickly and Easily

The Tiny Pilot Voyager 2 is a very impressive Raspberry Pi project. You can purchase one, or build your own – and it’s incredibly useful. With the Tiny Pilot, you can quickly and easily remotely manage your server as well many other devices. In this video, Jay reviews the most recent iteration of the Tiny Pilot Voyager.

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Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM here (commission earned).

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.

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