We donâ€™t normally cover crowdfunding campaigns on PCWorld, but sometimes one comes along thatâ€™s just begging for a deeper look. The Purism Librem 15 notebook is one of those.
Purism, which launched a drive on Crowd Supply on Wednesday, is seeking at least $250,000 to make a high-end Linux laptop that only runs free, or open-source, software. This means no annoying closed-source driversâ€”or â€œbinary blobsâ€â€”necessary to make the hardware work. Make no mistakeâ€”this is a serious, slick Linux notebook, not a bit of kit for hobbyist hackers.
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