Snakes and Fish
- Jan 28, 2012
I'm a little out of the loop, I haven't bought any already assembled computers in a long time. I like buying parts which are each special for their own silly reasons and assembling them into a complete personality of a computer, but I can't really do that with a laptop. I forgot that fully assembled computer sellers could be so annoyingly mysterious and forcibly inclusive of junk I don't want. I wonder if there are laptops that follow the same kind of open spirit as the Pandora, like a blank laptop devoid of logos, made from all open drivers hardware, with an option to buy it without an operating system. I imagine if there are handhelds that follow these ideas there at least once were laptops that have, but I don't know if any still do today, or even which have in the past. Do you?