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Librem 15: Open Source Laptop for Privacy

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There are plenty of cheap or fancy laptops on the market. Not too many of them respect your freedoms and privacy. The Librem 15 is different. This is a laptop that does not ship with any mystery software. The laptop runs Linux and does not have any binary blobs in its kernel. You get visibility into the kernel, the operating system, and all software.

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Here is what you get:

  • 15.6″ 1920×1080 display
  • 4 Core (8 Threads) 2.3GHz Intel i7-4712MQ
  • NVIDIA GT840M Graphics
  • 375 x 244 x 22mm 2.0Kg
  • 14 x 9.6 x 0.86″ 4.4lbs
  • 4GB Mem (up to 8GB)
  • 500GB HD (up to 1TB HD or 1TB SSD)
  • CD/DVD ROM Drive
  • 48 Wh lithium polymer battery
  • 65W power adapter
  • Up to 8 hours usage
  • Three USB 3.0 ports, One HDMI port, RJ45 Network port
  • 802.11n WiFi (ath9k)
  • 720p camera
  • HD Audio
  • Full-size backlit keyboard
  • SDXC card slot

The laptop is designed to have an upgradable design. The product is currently getting funded on Crowd Supply. If this first laptop is funded, the Librem 13 will make its debut in the future. The base model sets you back under $1450, but you have to be an early supporter.


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