On the Zorin main page, the OS is pictured on a nice looking piece of hardware. I know it's just a computer generated image however, I wondered if the community has any recommendations for thin laptops?
(It looks a bit like the Google Pixelbook Go, which it turns out is tricky and less than ideal to install Linux onto)
I've setup a Dell XPS 13 (I'm linking the latest, but I have the previous model) for my wife and I've got a custom-made Tuxedo InfinityBook 14 Gen6 which is amazing and incredibly more powerful.
The main reason for choosing either was great displays (pixel density), and well-supported hardware.
I'd totally recommend Tuxedo Computers for their great customization options and support, though I've had issues when replacing the original Ubuntu with Zorin after a kernel upgrade once (which was fixed after reverting the kernel, and eventually an update worked without problems anymore), because I chose a CPU/GPU that was bit too recent.
I found them while looking for European-based Linux-focused hardware makers, and while they're not the only option, they were one of the very few with good display options (usually everyone goes for "FHD" screens but I can't look at anything below 400ppi, on 13-15" size, which means UHD+).
I was told some time ago by a Linux Magazine Editor that Clevo, Entroware, and Nova notebooks are all based on MSI motherboards, so if MSI notebooks can run GNU/Linux then any of those you will know will run Linux.
To save any headaches, as it is harder to iron out issues with Notebooks (Laptop is a misnomer and engenders bad practice!) then you are best buying Linux hardware such as Star Labs - at least you know everything is going to work out of the box!