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Framework Laptop available in Ireland, Austria, Netherlands

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The Framework Laptop is now available for pre-order in Ireland, Austria, and the Netherlands, expanding the company’s footprint in Europe. The news comes a few weeks after Framework initially announced its expansion into Europe.

Framework Laptop

Along with opening pre-orders for Ireland, Austria, and the Netherlands, reviewers in UK, Germany, and France have begun posting their reviews of the Framework Laptop, which can be read below:

Just like our previous launches, pre-orders in Ireland, Austria, and the Netherlands require only a fully refundable €100 deposit.  The balance will be collected just before we start shipping in these countries in March.  The product configurations and pricing remain the same, with i5-1135G7, i7-1165G7, and i7-1185G7 CPUs, up to 4TB of storage and 64GB of memory, Windows or the option of no OS, and the full set of Expansion Cards.  Local language keyboards (including English International in ANSI for the Netherlands) and compatible power adapters are also available for every new country we enter.  To make ordering easier in the Netherlands, we also enabled support for iDeal and SEPA payment methods in addition to credit and debit cards, and we’ll be bringing this to the rest of Europe soon.

Once again, the company has improved its operations as it continues to expand around the world. You can now separately select your region and language on the Framework website, and we’ll be adding more language options over time.

Framework Marketplace

The company has also shared that the Marketplace, which gives you access to upgrades and spare parts, will soon be launching in the UK and Europe. European orders are currently being shipped directly from Taiwan, with a distribution centre being opened in Germany soon.

US customers can now place orders with Marketplace items as well. Meaning you can buy your laptop and any parts, upgrades, or customisations you want!

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Source: Framework