The first EOMA68 PC will be equipped with a dual-core SoC Allwinner A20 1.2GHz (Cortex-A7), 2GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, micro HDMI, micro-USB and microSD card slot, Debian Linux or Parabola. They are not as powerful as we thought but still first-generation models, because if all goes according to plans the next EOMA68 cards will have faster processors, more storage and memory, as well as a number of improvements. All versions will be interchangeable, so you can upgrade your notebook for the price of a new PC card without having to pay for a new screen, keyboard and homes.


If you plan to use EOMA68 like a Mini PC, you can book the homes of the desktop at a price of $ 55. It is a wooden box 114 x 114 x 12.7 mm with two USB ports, VGA, microSD card slot and the slot for EOMA68. There are also other options for wooden houses with laser cut or printed in 3D. However, if you opt for a notebook, the well-kit costs $ 500 but includes all necessary components to assemble a laptop. Alternatively you can save $ 50 by ordering a kit piy (Print-It-Yourself), which provides a screen, system boards and other hardware but without the houses that instead you can print yourself.

The notebook comes with a 15.6 inch HD screen (1366 x 768 pixels), 10000 mAh battery (a battery life of 8 hours), 4.3-inch capacitive touch panel used for the touchpad, two external USB 2.0 ports, a internal USB 2.0, stereo speakers, headphone jack and microSD card slot. The total weight of the notebook is composed of about one kilogram. The pre-assembled notebook (previously also this possibility exists) costs $ 1,200, but the price is totally out of the market while accepting the brilliant idea.

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