Librem Mini, a mini desktop computer with Linux that comes from the hand of Purism

Free Mini

Users have been opting for laptops over desktop computers for a long time. The comfort offered by laptops, which we can use from the sofa and in any room in the house, is helping us make up our minds. But desktop computers still have their meaning, of course, and options such as the Free Mini, a mini computer from a company famous, among other things, for making Linux operating system devices such as the telephone purist 5.

Most desktop computers are large, more specifically their tower, so we cannot take them anywhere. In addition, they also force us to use a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse, so they are not as comfortable to use as laptops. The small size is one of the reasons for being the Librem Mini, a computer that has good components despite having some dimensions less than 13cm wide and 4 high.

Technical Specifications of the Librem Mini

  • Processor: Intel Core i7-8565U (Whiskey Lake) Intel UHD Graphics 620.
  • RAM: DDR4 2400MHz 1.2V, 2 SO-DIMM slots with a maximum capacity of 64GB. The entry model comes with 8GB of RAM.
  • Storage: 1 SATA III 6GB / s SSD / HDD (7mm), 1 M.2 SSD (SATA III / NVMe x4), up to 2TB.
  • Video: 1 HDMI 2.0 4K @ 60Hz, 1 DisplayPort 1.2 4K @ 60Hz.
  • USB: 4 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, 1 Type-C 3.1.
  • Audio: 3.5mm port for audio input and output.
  • Wireless connection: 1 RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet LAN, WiFi 802.11n (2.4 / 5.0 GHz) option via Atheros ATH9k module, Bluetooth 4.0 option included in the WiFi module.
  • Size: Width 12.8cm, high 3.8cm, deep 12.8cm.
  • Weight: 1kg.
  • Operating System: PureOS (based on Debian).

The Librem Mini is now available for reservation from this link for a price of $ 699, which they are € 643 To the change. The price may increase or decrease depending on the options chosen on the reservation website, among which we can choose a screen, keyboard and a mouse.


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  1.   pedruchini said

    With the same processor and 8 GB of Ram, and for 70 euros less we have the Slimbook One, which is also manufactured in Spain and compatible with Linux.

  2.   Andrés said

    For 100 u $ s more you buy a Mac mini and put Linux on it;) Windows or you leave the Mac. I would recommend inserting them should or opensuse but everyone chooses :)

  3.   Cris said

    Remember that we are talking about systems with open source drivers.

    It is true that you can buy cheaper ones, but it is almost a fact that you will have to use proprietary controllers and that is the difference for those who do not know.

  4.   Cris said

    Remember that we are talking about systems with open source drivers.

    It is true that you can buy cheaper ones, but it is almost a fact that you will have to use proprietary controllers.

    And for those who do not know, using only open source software is not easy, not free, not cheap.

    That is why having a 100% open source Smartphone is so expensive, the proprietary components are much cheaper and up-to-date.

  5.   VICTOR NUNEZ said

    It is very expensive, with that I can buy a dell laptop and install linux on it