Forget the Apple Mac Mini, the Purism Librem Mini Linux Mini-PC Is Now Official
Purism has just announced its first Linux mini-PC, which is available for preorder right now from $699.
The Librem Mini is first and foremost a device that’s supposed to come with all the benefits of the Librem lineup of computers in a smaller form factor, so it still runs PureOS with Pureboot and Librem Key support.
It can be used as a stand-alone desktop computers “to protect your family and business,” as the parent company itself says, but it can also play the role of a media center as it offers smooth 4K video at 60 fps. And of course, it can also be a mini server with full disk encryption and tamper detection.
Purism says its mini computer can very well be used for delivering conferences and events, as it’s small, light, and energy efficient and features a VESA mount.
As for the technical specifications, the Purism Librem Mini comes in line with the other Librem computers.
It’s powered by an Intel Core i7-8565U (Whiskey Lake) wi… (read more)