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Re: Librem

From: Joshua Branson
Subject: Re: Librem
Date: Wed, 02 May 2018 14:07:07 -0400
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Pierre Neidhardt <address@hidden> writes:

> Chris Marusich <address@hidden> writes:
>> Another option is to find a system that respects your freedom and does
>> not require proprietary software to run.  I have a LibreBoot laptop I
>> purchased from MiniFree, and I love it!  I know that purchasing a
>> replacement computer that respects your freedom can seem like an
>> expensive option, but if you have the money, then it's an option:
>> You may also be interested in looking at:
> How does it compare to Purism?

I believe that minifree sells products that Richard Stallman would
purchase.  Purism is pretty close to something that Stallman would
purchase, but I believe there may be some lingering issues with Intel's
FSP that would prevent Stallman from purchasing a Purism.  You can read
a bit more of it here:

However, I would argue that currently, Purism is probably the best
company working on making a modern and freedom respecting computing
device.  EOMA68 is another contender.

> Their Librem 13 looks very attractive indeed!  Compared to my Xiaomi Air
> 13", it's seems to be a bit better while also more expansive, but I
> suppose it's the price to pay for a good cause! :)
> Any Librem user out there?

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