We're giving away a Linux-ready laptop from ZaReason

ZaReason UltraLap 5330

For the first time ever, Opensource.com is partnering with ZaReason to give away an UltraLap 5330 laptop with Linux pre-installed!

Since 2007, ZaReason has assembled, shipped, and supported hardware specifically designed for Linux, and the UltraLap 5330 is no exception—the 3.6-lb laptop ships with the Linux distribution of your choice and boasts the following hardware specs:

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For the first time ever, Opensource.com is partnering with ZaReason to give away an UltraLap 5330 laptop with Linux pre-installed!

Since 2007, ZaReason has assembled, shipped, and supported hardware specifically designed for Linux, and the UltraLap 5330 is no exception—the 3.6-lb laptop ships with the Linux distribution of your choice and boasts the following hardware specs:

  • 14″ FHD display
  • Intel i3-7100U processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 120GB M.2 SSD

So, what are you waiting for? Enter our ZaReason Laptop Giveaway by Sunday, September 24 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time (3:59 a.m. UTC) for your chance to win.

Have a great idea for a future Opensource.com giveaway? Let us know about it in the comments below.

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