PineBook is a low-cost Linux machine that looks like MacBook Air. PineBook supports a number of Linux distros and Android versions.

Meet Pinebook, A $89 Linux Laptop That Looks Like MacBook

Macbook Air looks great! However, you can now enjoy MacBook air at just $89 because Pine64 launched a single-board computer which is named as PineBook. If you are looking for an Affordable Linux laptop then you will find Pinebook Linux laptop helpful.

PineBook uses the same ARM-based CPU that is found on the single board computer Pine 64. The laptop is lightweight and comes with a full-size keyboard and large multi-touch touchpad for students and makers.

Meet Pinebook, A $89 Linux Laptop That Looks Like MacBook
Meet Pinebook, A $89 Linux Laptop That Looks Like MacBook

The laptop is available in 2 variants 11 inch LCD and 14 inch LCD the 11inch will cost you US $89 and 14-inch model will cost you US $99. The laptop had a mini HDMI port so that users can connect larger external HDMI display or TV for presentations.

This laptop even had a built-in MicroSD card slot that will allow users to expand their data storage up to 256Gb with the help of SD, SDHC, SDXC cards. The best part of the laptop is it can run any Linux or Android OS which is supported by the PINE A64 board like Ubuntu, Debian, Raspbian etc. It can even run Windows IoT as well.

If we look at its specifications the laptop had Allwinner A64 Quad-core Cortex-A53 64Bit @ 1.2 GHz CPU along with Mali-400MP2 GPU. It had 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM it had internal storage of 16GB. It had connectivity options like WiFi, Bluetooth and it had a 1.2 Megapixel front camera along with built-in Mic. Moreover, the Laptop has the huge battery life as it contains 10,000 mAh lithium polymer battery.

If you want to know more about PineBook then you can visit Pine 64 website.