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13 Apr 2016 5 Comments
by OLIMEX Ltd
The slides from Hackaday Belgrade are now on Slideshare.
Previous Hackaday Belgrade – First Hackaday event outside US Next TuxCon is only 86 days away :) with lot of interesting talks and workshops FPGA, Retro Computing, Robotics
Apr 13, 2016 @ 13:28:39
looking good, hope you can pull it off. love those ‘attempts so far’.
Apr 15, 2016 @ 20:19:06
Awsome. Can’t wait to get it since FOSDEM.
Apr 16, 2016 @ 12:09:11
Have you accounted for your big summer break when targeting the September timeframe? It will be good to have that in the “back to school” season, but hey – if you miss it – we will call it a Christmas time release 🙂
I am only worried about the performance of this A64 and will it be enough in the end of 2016.
Apr 24, 2016 @ 12:06:57
I’m really interested by this laptop. I love the concept and I couldn’t have dreamed of a better idea. Really, all the computers that I had are becoming old, and I don’t want to replace them by others which won’t be able to be upgraded.
Just a question : do you have an idea of the target price ?
I’m not concerned by performance that much. We should strive to make software that don’t consume more and more resources and aim for sustainable. Personally, I would replace an aging atom based EeePC.
Apr 29, 2016 @ 16:44:38
I love the idea of having a opensouce laptop. I am looking forward to buying the kit, when it is available. One thin that just came to my mind is that i currently use a headset (with included mic see ) with my laptop whenever i am on a online conference call. I would like to also have this option with the A64-OLinuxino. As i can see from the current version of the schematic  this would not be possible with the current version. I notice that there are many different pinouts in this constellation  but only one that allows for headphones or headsets makes sens to me.
looking forward to the relese
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