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Alpha Centurion Nano | Linux Laptop Review & Gaming!

The Centurion Nano is a Linux Laptop produced by Alpha and runs AlphaOS.

Full disclosure: I was sent this Centurion Nano to review by Alpha themselves. However the opinions expressed in this review & video are my own.

Overall, this laptop is a really solid little machine and a decent value for the non-technical Linux user. For the more technical Linux power users out there, better deals can by found by shopping around for sales and installing Linux yourself.

My biggest complaint about the laptop was the battery life. A full 7 hours of life is advertised but I got closer to about 4.5 hours. Maybe if you used really aggressive power saving measures such as keeping the display brightness down, you could squeeze 7 hours out.

The build quality and the overall look & feel of the laptop is probably my favorite thing. Its super solid and looks great. The previous laptop I had (even before the Litebook) was an HP Envy and this Centurion Nano blows that out of the water.

The processor is an Intel i5 7200U and it’s freaking awesome. I was stunned by the performance in games, considering it’s a relatively low-clocked dual core processor.

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