Libre EOMA68 laptop

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Written by david on 01 july 03:10.
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Kickstarter campaign introduces the world's first devices built around the EOMA68 standard, a freely-accessible royalty-free, unencumbered hardware standard formulated and tested over the last five years around the ultra-simple philosophy of "just plug it in: it will work."

Key Aspects:
  • Truly Free: Everything is freely licensed
  • Modular: Use the same Computer Card across many devices
  • Money-saving: Upgrade by replacing Computer Cards, not the whole device
  • Long-lived: Designed to be relevant and useful for at least a decade, if not longer
  • Ecologically Responsible: Keeps parts out of landfill by repurposing them


  • Compliant with the EOMA68 Specification
  • A20 Dual-Core ARM Cortex A7, 1.2 GHz
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 8 GB NAND
  • Micro-HDMI Interface (for 2nd monitor)
  • Micro-USB-OTG (bi-directional power)
  • Micro-SD Card Slot
  • Pre-installed with Debian GNU/Linux Operating System
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