Buy hardware with Plasma and KDE Applications
Here you can find a list of computers with KDE Plasma pre-installed that you can buy right now:
KDE Slimbook IIPartnership with KDE
Meet your new crush. The KDE Slimbook II is shiny, smart, and sleek, but it is not only good-looking: it is also powerful. The new i5 and i7 microprocessors and DDR4 RAM make it much faster than its predecessor. Other improvements include a touchpad that "clicks" wherever you press it, and larger internal WiFi antennas that guarantee you will get a better reception wherever a WiFi network is available.
Price: starting at $649
Kubuntu FocusPartnership with KDE
The Kubuntu Focus laptop is a high-powered, workflow-focused laptop which ships with Kubuntu installed. This is the first officially Kubuntu-branded computer. It is designed for work that requires intense GPU computing, fast NVMe storage and optimal cooling to unleash the CPU's maximum potential.
Price: starting at $1,795
The PINEBOOK is an 11.6″ notebook powered by the same Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit Processor used in the popular PINE A64 Single Board Computer. It is very lightweight, hackable and comes equipped with a full-sized keyboard and large multi-touch trackpad.
Price: starting at $99
Hardware sellers with KDE Plasma as an option
You can find here a list of hardware sellers who offer Plasma as an option when buying the laptop:
SLIMBOOK was born in 2015 with the idea of being the best brand in the computer market with GNU / Linux (although it is also verified the absolute compatibility with Microsoft Windows). They assemble computers searching for excellent quality and warranty service, at a reasonable price. So much so, that in 2018 they were awarded Best Open Source Service / Solution Provider at the OpenExpo Europe 2018.Learn more
Tuxedo builds tailor-made hardware and all this with Linux!
TUXEDO Computers are individually built computers/PCs and notebooks which are fully Linux compatible, i. e. Linux hardware in tailor-made suit. All TUXEDO devices are delivered in such a way that you only have to unpack, connect and switch them on. All the computers and notebooks are assembled and installed in-house, not outsourced.
They provide you with self-programmed driver packages, support, installation scripts and everything around our hardware, so that every hardware component really works.
More than a decade ago, in 2006, ZaReason built their first desktop as part of a volunteer project. In 2007, ZaReason opened for business and their first build went to a PhD Chemistry student at UC Berkeley. Everything grew from there.Learn more