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Librem 14 Begins Shipping

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As expected, there is a lot of demand for the Librem 14 and now that we are shipping we expect that demand to grow. We plan to reach shipping parity (the point where we have shipped all existing orders so that new orders ship within our normal 10-business-day window) as soon as possible and with the help of some overtime we have an internal goal to ship through all existing orders in May, any newly placed orders get into the ever growing queue for fulfillment in a first-in-first-out process. If you are already in the queue with a pre-order, we will confirm shipping details prior to your order being delivered.

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Purism Librem 14 Linux laptop is now shipping

  • Purism Librem 14 Linux laptop is now shipping

    The Purism Librem 14 is a notebook with a 14 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel matte display, an Intel Core i7-10710U hexa-core processor, support for up to 64GB of RAM and two M.2 slots for solid state storage.

    It also ships with Purism’s custom Linux distribution called PureOS as well as the open source Coreboot firmware (a replacement for proprietary UEFI or BIOS firmware). And the Librem 14 is one of the only laptops with hardware kill switches that let you disable some features when you’re not using them for the sake of privacy.

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  • Purism Librem 14 Linux Laptop Begins Shipping

    If privacy is your main reason for investing in a laptop with a Linux OS, go for the Purism Librem 14. It uses GNU/Linux PureOS, and the company detects software and hardware tampering with PureBoot and the Librem Key.

    Purism Librem 14 is ultra-portable workstation laptop that was designed chip-by-chip, line-by-line, to respect your rights to privacy, security, and freedom. It is probably the most advanced, secure, and powerful laptop that Purism made so far.

    With this laptop, the Intel Management Engine has been disabled to reduce risk and bloat in the system. If you’re one who’s always worried about someone seeing through your camera or listening through your microphone, Purism takes that fear away with their security promise. Their hardware kill switches will physically disconnect the camera and mic if your laptop detects anything suspicious.

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