All Lenovo Thinkpad series will have Ubuntu support as Pre-installed OS 

After years of being a Microsoft partner, Lenovo has decided to join Linux more and after that it will start sell more laptops with Ubuntu and Red Hat, now announce that youall devices of the series Thinkpad and ThinkStation will be offered with Ubuntu as pre-installed. 

These devices will be available with Ubuntu pre-installed later this year. The goal is that for the following year all the models for sale follow this pattern. 

Of course, this does not mean that the manufacturer will stop using Windows, it just means that Ubuntu will be an alternative. In this way, buyers can choose Ubuntu if Windows is not their preference. 

It goes without saying that Canonical, the creator of Ubuntu, is happy with the announcement, especially as the number of devices available with Ubuntu as a pre-installed operating system grows every day. Eventually, Ubuntu is becoming the best alternative to Windows and Canonical continues to fight a battle with Microsoft on many fronts. 

The following Lenovo models will be available with Ubuntu as the pre-installed operating system: 

  • ThinkPad T14 (Intel and AMD) 
  • ThinkPad T14s (Intel and AMD) 
  • ThinkPad T15p 
  • ThinkPad T15 
  • ThinkPad X13 (Intel and AMD) 
  • ThinkPad X13 Yoga 
  • ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 3 
  • ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 8 
  • ThinkPad X1Yoga Gen 5 
  • ThinkPad L14 
  • ThinkPad L15 
  • ThinkPad P15s 
  • ThinkPad P15v 
  • ThinkPad P15 
  • ThinkPad P17 
  • ThinkPad P14s 
  • ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 
  • ThinkStation P340 
  • ThinkStation P340 Tiny 
  • ThinkStation P520c 
  • ThinkStation P520 
  • ThinkStation P720 
  • ThinkStation P920 
  • ThinkStation P620 

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  1.   JVare said

    Although Canonical is a company, it has taken years for hardware manufacturers to consider selling computers with a Linux-based operating system such as Ubuntu.
    The thinkpad range is the heir to the IBM laptops and focused on professionals, so it is important that Lenovo believes that it has a market for selling these computers with Ubuntu for a sector of its customers.
    The existence of Linux-based operating systems is finally being normalized, even if they are for a minority.