There are a handful of new laptops that focus on supporting open source software, including a new line of laptops from Dell, and the Purism, a company that’s building a laptop to specifically use open source processor firmware. However, there is still a severe lack of modern laptops that fully support free software. In fact, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) has only endorsed two laptops in its entire history. The LibreBoot x200, and the Glugug X60, both of which are more than 6 years old. While it’s great to see companies embracing open source more fully in their hardware devices, there is still a major need for the use of more free software at this level of computing.