he company in question is Purism. Does the name sound familiar? It should. This is the same company behind the Librem 5 phone, a mobile device that promises to bring Linux to mobility, on a level that might lend a modicum of relevancy to Linux in the smartphone landscape (and not just as a kernel on the world’s most popular platform).
Purism is now shipping a line of laptops: the Librem 11, 13, and 15. The hardware can be configured all the way up to an i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, and 2TB SSD internal storage. So Purism isn’t skimping on power.