Supporter of DevTerm for ClockworkPi, A web deck in kit form We covered As early as 2020, shortly after the initial launch of the micro PC in April, you should begin to see shipping notifications.
Hal, the founder of Clockwork Pi, showed off the capabilities of the unit on Twitter, showing off the platform adventure game Cave Story running on an ultra-wide screen.
Super wide #CaveStory (Nxengine-evo with small patches). https://t.co/gVAkH84OjT #DevTerm #GameShell #ClockworkPi #LinuxbasedSexyDevice pic.twitter.com/iRt94cd1U2July 15, 2021
Delayed due to global chip shortages, DevTerm drew inspiration from the Tandy TRS-80, a portable PC popular in the 1980s. DevTerm is the size of a piece of A5 paper (5.8 x 8.3 inches). It adopts a modular design. You can choose the “core module” for powering the machine. From the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite with 1 GB RAM to custom based on two ARM CPU (a dual-core Cortex A73 and a quad-core Cortex A53) and 4GB of dynamic content design. Storage is handled by Micro SD card.
The other half of the motherboard is equipped with an “ext module”, with a USB port, camera interface, speakers, and fan by default. The plan is to replace custom ext modules, envisaged using things like oscilloscopes and 5G modules.
The entire device is equipped with an ultra-wide 6.8-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1280 x 640. There is a 67-key keyboard with a mini trackball, and a set of arrows and buttons used as a gamepad.The whole thing, including the source code, is released under the GPL v3 license, and the project files are in GitHubAnd, naturally, it runs Linux and you can choose Clockwork OS, Debian, Ubuntu or Raspberry Pi OS.
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