Nyxt - the hacker's power-browser.
Probably do not expect it to replace you main browser just yet, but since it's like no other web browser, it can be fun to play with (especially if you are into emacs) for testing and report eventual bugs on github. I've also only tested the TW package, so would be happy to hear if the LEAP package works fine (it probably does):
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