I’d like the Librem 11 to be brought back to life, and for work to continue on it. Convergence devices are important and I think the tablet computer is that market space.
I disagree however about it being ARM based. We need the device to be as compatible with software as it can be. Targeting the ARM platform means that only specialized Linux distros will have stuff for it. If we keep it x86/64 then we have a humongously massive catalog of software across Linux and Windows and even OS X if you wanna run a Hackintosh.
Remember, it being a FOSS products doesn’t mean that arbitrary limitations are put on its use. I need it to be able to run anything, and I believe that will be it’s real appeal.
For me, a Surface like tablet, with a battery that can be replaced and by design, is a tablet that will appeal to MANY people way outside of the current enraptured audience Purism currently courts.