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selling tablets pre configured for security and darkweb access
like those xbmc box idiots with ice films etc... pre-instaled.

Do you think there is a market?
don't think of this as the end, think of it as a chance to make new friends with dealers
No. Those who buy only for themselves don't need anything but the tor browser (and pgp), and the ones that do't can figure it out on their own.
you cant see advantage of having a device you can hide / deny /( not linked to the rest of your fucking life) specifically dedicated to transactions,  as opposed to your normal everyday machine?

have you ever had your kit taken by the police?
don't think of this as the end, think of it as a chance to make new friends with dealers
If somebody else set it up for you then you're doing it wrong.

If setting it up for yourself is too much for you then you can install Whonix or Tails on a usb stick, have no persistent storage & use it on whatever PC you want.

If you can't work that out then maybe you deserve to be fleeced or jailed.
No i think their would be a market as its quite a pain to set up.
But the people you introduce to the dark web maybe should not be their. Plus if you got caught by some one grassing you up u could be looking at conspiracy to supply.
Device encryption is super easy to set up, and so is a tor enabled browsing environment...
https://drug.cafe Encrypted Messaging & Chat Rooms
https://forum.drug.cafe Forum
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But if you are planning to evade the police then you will be compelled to give up your encryption key/password or possibly get jail time for not decrypting your stuff.

Keeping a secure operating system on a usb drive seems to be the best option, there are at least two free open source projects doing that, it's pretty easy to set them up. Anything you could sell would be worse than that option.

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