Thank you very much for info
A notable feature of the Pinebook Pro is its “privacy switches”, which come in the form of three keys on the keyboard — F1, F2, and F3 — that offer shortcuts to privacy features. Press any of the keys for 10 seconds and the firmware cuts the power, respectively, to the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi module, the webcam, and the device mics.
Speaking of operating systems, the Pinebook Pro will support multiple Linux distributions, as well as Chromium OS and Android 9. However, it ships with a custom build of Linux Debian, which features local video playback up to 4K at 30 frames per second and Netflix at a 1080p resolution in the Chrome browser.
The Pinebook Pro joins Purism in becoming a privacy-focused Linux laptop for the tech-savvy crowd. It’s also a much cheaper option than Dell’s Ubuntu Linux laptops, which target a different segment of the developer hardware market.
are there BLOBs? Can I install stock Debian?