I'll just end the color case disscution the way its going to end ahead of time
Color 2 (if there will be one) red as the site/logo/renders
There, I'm sure now there won't be any need to discus this future, right?
I do want one, just for the keyboard. So hard to get me interested in any smartphone today. It's however out of my price range currently, (I even had to cancel my pyra pre-order because of financial difficulties) so this one is definitely out of the question. That being said my current phone old...
This is my laptop's desktop
Very simple. That's how I like it.
It's pretty much the same for the desktop computer I have at home except without a dock. I run KDE at the moment, because I find that it has the best support for global menus. I wish I could run a gtk system like cinnamon but it...
I've used all three major OS's (Windows, Mac and Linux) and right now I'm running Linux with no plan to switch. I will say I do prefer Mac over Windows. I don't know if modern Mac is still has good as it was in 2013-14 when I used it but I found it to be much more enjoyable than Windows.
Doesn't Steam rely on 32-bit libs? I remember having to install the 32-bit version of my graphic driver to get some games working with proton. I've also had problems getting steam launching without some 32-bit libs on Debian.
I could totally see this being a good choice for RPi, didn't they wish to make a risc-v Pi? Or was that just my imagination?
I could even see it as a low-powered option for the Pyra for those who want to do risc-v development or run with a open source architecture and don't mind the performance...
Always cool to see RISC-V moving forward.
"This processor, which will be quad core dual issue 800mhz RV64GC and capable of running full GNU/Linux SMP OSes, with 720p video playback and embedded level 25fps 3D performance in around 2.5 watts at 28nm, is designed to address that imbalance. Links...
Maybe Huawei will switch to RISC-V if they can't use ARM. That would be good for those of us who wants RISC-V to be more popular in consumer products. All thought I don't think they make their own SoC's and there aren't really any RISC-V SoC's that compare to the likes of snapdragon.
This might be my conspiratorial mind making up baseless theory's (which is what it does best) but is this really a push by big tech companies to not be overthrown by chinese companies? Think about it. manufacturing and many jobs that these tech giants use to do in the US has moved to China...
I like videos and would love to see more, but only if a video is really necessary, text works fine too.
When do you think we can see a video of the OS running off of the internal memory rather than a slow SD card?