Netbooks to run Scribus on a budget.
|Developer||The Scribus Team|
|Publisher||The Scribus Team|
|Pricing Model||Open Source|
|Platforms||Linux, Mac OS X, Windows|
Scribus is designed for layout, typesetting, and preparation of files for professional-quality image-setting equipment. It can also create animated and interactive PDF presentations and forms. Example uses include writing newspapers, brochures, newsletters, posters, and books.
Scribus supports most major bitmap formats, including TIFF, JPEG, and Adobe Photoshop. Vector drawings can be imported or directly opened for editing. The long list of supported formats includes Encapsulated PostScript, SVG, Adobe Illustrator, and Xfig. Professional type/image-setting features include CMYK colors and ICC color management. It has a built-in scripting engine using Python (actual 2.7.13 in 1.5.4). It is available in 60 languages.
Pricing and Current Offers
The following Netbooks meet the minimal system requirements set by Scribus's developers. So it should run, but you might experience slowdowns when working with larger, heavier files.
Matches are sorted by price, so if what you see doesn't match your expectations and you can afford to pay more, feel free to move on to the next page.
Acer 14-inch Chromebook 314 (CB314-1H-C1S4)
This Chromebook has a larger screen, helping readability without compromising ease of transportation too much.
Performance in selected Apps
Who it's For
- Casual Worker
|Bang for the Buck|
14", 1366×786(1366 × 786, 1.1MP), Multiple Monitor Support
Intel Celeron N4000
Intel UHD Graphics 600
32 GB total, Media Card Reader, eMMC Storage (slow)