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Pinebook Pro

Solid day-to-day Linux laptop with 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 is also capable of digital video output up to 4K at 60hz.

Associated Videos:

New PINE64 Hardware for 2019 with Lukasz Erecinski

Linux Tech Show - January 30, 2019

Lukasz Erecinski joins us from PINE64 to unveil their new products for 2019. A new Pinebook Pro, a smart, open IP Camera called CUBE, the PineTab and PinePhone security-centric tablet and smartphone, plus a revamped Rock64, H64 and a retro gaming case. 2019 promises to be a very exciting year for PINE64.

Pine64's $200 Linux Pro Laptop Now Has US Keyboard Layout

Newsroom Stories - January 22, 2020

Pine64's $200 Pinebook Pro Linux laptop is now available with a US keyboard (ANSI), and customers who pre-ordered theirs are receiving the first shipment now.

Unboxing the Pinebook Pro ANSI Edition with US Keyboard (PBP 1/3)

Linux Tech Show - February 5, 2020

The Pinebook Pro ANSI Edition (US Keyboard) is here! Let's get into the box and get a first look at this stunningly beautiful $200 Linux laptop from PINE64.

Disassembling the Pinebook Pro (PBP 2/3)

Linux Tech Show - February 5, 2020

Now that we have started using our Pinebook Pro, we may want to upgrade the eMMC, replace the built-in Linux distro, or even install an m.2 riser board on the integrated PCIe x4 port. So let's remove the ten screws and get a look at the inner components of PINE64's $200 Linux laptop.

Debian Linux: The Default OS on PINE64 Pinebook Pro (PBP 3/3)

Linux Tech Show - February 5, 2020

Robbie feels right at home on any Debian-based distro, and the $200 Pinebook Pro Linux laptop from PINE64 comes with Debian pre-installed. Let's take a quick look at the distro that boots with your new ARM64 Rockchip RK3399 laptop from the company that brought us the RockPro64, Pinebook and the A64 single board computer.

PINE64 2020 Product Updates: Introducing a New SBC, CUBE is Back, and a NPU SOPINE Module

Newsroom Stories - February 5, 2020

PINE64 fell behind schedule last year since they were working so hard on exciting products such as the Pinebook Pro, PinePhone, PineTime and PineTab. They're getting on track for Q1/Q2 2020, and now we know what's to come -- including the new HardROCK64 single board computer.

Pinebook Pro Issues: How To Fix Boot and WiFi (June 2020)

Linux Tech Show - June 3, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant PINE64 staff aren't allowed at the very factories that are manufacturing their products. QA/QC are not possible, and it's down to the factory to provide a working product. Regrettably with the latest run (May/June 2020) of Pinebook Pro notebook computers, there are two notable issues: WiFi not working, and an inability to boot. Luckily, both of these issues are an easy fix. So we'll show you how to correct them quickly, and get you up and running with your shiny new Pinebook Pro.

Installing Pinebook Pro Operating System on a microSD Card

Linux Tech Show - June 10, 2020

The Pinebook Pro can boot and operate from an operating system installed on a microSD card. This means you can quickly and easily swap your "hard drive" in and out depending on what you need, or who is using the Pinebook Pro. It also means you can easily test a variety of distros without having to reinstall your main operating system. Robbie will show us how to obtain an operating system, and how to use (and say?) balenaEtcher to make a bootable microSD card for your Pinebook Pro laptop.

Pinebook Pro microSD Card Goes Read Only (Viewer Question)

Linux Tech Show - July 1, 2020

Eduardo asks, "Hi. I would like to know if you have used the OS in the SD Card for a long time. I'm facing a problem where the card becomes read-only after 10 days. I've repeated the procedure twice, and I got the same result. I know the wearing problem, but I disabled the swap and firefox disk cache to reduce the wearing effect, but around ten days, the card becomes useless." Here's Robbie's reply.

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