This is not the absolute first ultrabook with Linux operating system, because it was preceded by the Dell XPS 13 , which despite being born with Windows 7 preinstalled, was then converted to Ubuntu Linux to the Sputnik project. So although it can not boast this record, the ultrabook ZaReason Ultralap 430 remains an interesting product, especially for fans of Open Source.The ultrabook ZaReason has a diagonal of 14.1 inches, measuring 34×23, 4×1, 9 cm for a total weight of 1.58 kg which includes a rechargeable lithium polymer battery with 6 cells.
The technical equipment includes Intel Core i3 Ivy Bridge, 4GB of RAM and 32GB SSD storage. The range of interfaces available is sufficient for every need: 2 USB 3.0, USB 2.0, HDMI output, WiFi, Bluetooth and Ethernet LAN. You can do an upgrade of some characteristics at time of purchase, such as RAM memory or storage capacity. In addition, enthusiasts will opt for an Intel Core i5. But the most interesting is represented by choice of several of the most popular Linux distro. There are options for Ubuntu 12.04 (including variants Kubuntu and Edubuntu), Debian, Fedora and Linux Mint.