Canonical collaborates with the world’s leading vendors to optimise and certify Ubuntu on 100s of laptops, desktops and workstations for a secure and constantly updated platform.
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Why buy a certified Ubuntu desktop?
Preloaded with Ubuntu
Ubuntu certified PCs ship with a clean version of Ubuntu, straight from Canonical
Works out of the box
Canonical performs 100s of stringent tests to ensure all Ubuntu functionality works out-of-the-boxInformation about Canonical. Canonical produces Ubuntu, provides commercial services for enterprise users, and works with industry partners on delivery and certification.
5 years support
Certified PCs are continuously tested throughout the lifetime of the preloaded Ubuntu release
PCs preloaded with Ubuntu at the factory come with an optimised image to provide users with the best experience for their hardware
Collaboration with Intel, Nvidia and AMD guarantees Ubuntu runs flawlessly on the latest CPUs and GPUs
Ubuntu certified PCs meet the most stringent energy regulations — Energy Star, CEC
Ubuntu certified PCs undergo rigorous testing to ensure they perform flawlessly after 30+ suspend/resume cycles
Ready for Enterprise
Ubuntu certified PCs are eligible for Ubuntu Advantage, the most comprehensive Linux enterprise subscription
The key to corporate fleet
With 100s of certified models, ranging from low-cost tower PCs to AI workstations
A selection of our Desktop partners
Buy a certified Ubuntu PC
We’ve been working with partners like Dell, HP and Lenovo for years to ensure that Ubuntu devices reach market as effectively as possible. With the help of these partners, Ubuntu machines are distributed around the world and can be found in both their exclusive and partner stores.
Canonical and Dell work together to deliver Ubuntu on systems from entry-level laptops to high-end developer machines.
Canonical has been shipping Ubuntu on a variety of Lenovo’s popular machines which are available from Lenovo’s enterprise teams.