It would be really cool if GNOME Control Center's "Details" pane would correctly identify the hardware when PureOS is running on a Librem. This would help a bit from a branding perspective, but also from the "tech support and RMA" standpoint. It could show text such as:
OEM: Purism Model: Librem 13, version 2 Serial no.: 3452358923845 BIOS: coreboot 4.6, built 2017-06-13"
Ideally we implement it in such a clean way that we could offer that as a standard upstream improvement for GNOME Control Center (if accepted).
For what it's worth, this is the kind of stuff I can see from "lshw", so it is definitely information that can be extracted from a running system (and would allow a system daemon to apply model-specific driver tweaks, such as T18, T19, T84 etc.):
id:core description: Motherboard product: Librem 13 v2 vendor: Purism physical id: 0 version: 2.0 serial: Unknown Serial Number id:firmware description: BIOS vendor: coreboot physical id: 0 version: 4.6-00b9f4-Purism-1 date: 06/12/2017