You can have open hardware running open software on par with proprietary stuff for less than $500.
A watch, phone and a laptop. This is mind-blowing to me.
@dredmorbius If you end up buying everything from Pine64!
I’m seriously considering recycling some of my current drivers to go all in for the Pine64 suite.
* https://store.pine64.org/?product=14%25E2%2580%25B3-pinebook-pro-linux-laptop-ansi-us-keyboard-estimated-dispatch-in-december-2019&attribute_pa_power-supply=us for a laptop
* https://store.pine64.org/?product=pinephone-braveheart-limited-edition-linux-smartphone-for-early-adaptor for a phone that’ll boot mainline Linux!
and in a few days, you can get the devkit for the watch which a lot of people are making great progress on
Well, it isn't open hardware at all.
Also, I do wonder how Pine64 makes money. Do you have any idea?
@jalcine The tricky bit is the “on par”; I have never found that to be the case, unless looking at a very narrow slice of factors chosen to make it appear so. Certainly it remains to be seen for pine*.
@jalcine if you get the new pinebook pro lmk how it goes :p
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