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Linux computer maker to move manufacturing to the U.S.

System76 explains why the company will soon make its computers in Denver.

Linux computer manufacturer System76 made its mark in part because of its commitment to open source principles and doing what it believes is right. Last year it released its homegrown Linux, Pop!_OS. In early March, System76 founder Carl Richell tweeted about the company’s plans to locate its computer manufacturing factory in Denver, Colorado. By moving its manufacturing from China to the United States, System76 is offering more proof that it’s not afraid to buck prevailing tech norms to do things “the System76 way.”

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Great to see some manufacturing coming back to America with a great company like this I hope they make out.

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