Laptops are hugely popular platforms for developers. Arm technology is at the heart of many laptops and developers can choose between Windows 10 on Arm and Linux operating systems. Windows subsystem for Linux for Microsoft Windows can be installed to give move developer options.
Arm technology enables vendors to extend the feature set of the laptop with always-on network and a platform that lasts for days on a single charge. Laptops are the tool of choice for cloud-native developers.
Many well-known vendors include AArch64-based laptops in their portfolio. Developers can choose platforms that are standards based to provide maximum flexibility. These vendors include but are not limited to Asus, HP, Huawei, Lenovo, and Microsoft. Laptops from these vendors are available in different configurations including clam shells, and tablets with detachable keyboards. The Lenovo c630 is among these AArch64-based laptops that has robust community support.
Developers have a huge range of choices with these current offerings. This choice is further extended when it comes to operating systems. Microsoft Windows 10 is available today on Arm-based laptops. In addition, if you enjoy hacking and playing with your hardware, most of the popular Linux distributions can be made to boot on standards-based Arm-based laptops.
By choosing a standards-based AArch64 laptop, you get all the open source software that is behind cloud-native software development. This includes command-line, GUI-based tools, and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs).
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