Are you looking for a laptop that respects your privacy and gives high security from cyberattacks? Check out the new privacy, freedom, and security-focused Linux laptop — Librem 14.
Librem 14 is a new edition and a successor to the Librem 13 laptop line by Purism. Purism is a security-first Linux hardware and software manufacturer that has now opened a pre-order window for Librem 14.
Librem 14 comes with a fresh redesign, new security features, and a pre-installed PureOS GNU/Linux operating system. Obviously, it preserves security features found in every Librem laptop — for instance, two hardware kill switches to disable the webcam/microphone and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth.
Along with the display, you can run your processor-hungry applications at lightning speed with the latest seventh-generation Intel processor. Moreover, it has upgraded Cores from two to six and Threads from four to twelve.
For external monitors connectivity, it supports both HDMI and USB-C port. Another major enhancement to the hardware section is a new Gigabit ethernet card with a built-in RJ45 connector.
Here I’m listing the key features of Librem 14 in brief:
The Librem 14 is now available for pre-order with an “early bird” base price of $1199. You can place an order from the official site here. The shipment will start in early October. You can also add anti-interdiction services to make sure there is no hardware tampering during shipment