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TERES-I is a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Free/Open Source Hardware (FOSH) and Software (FOSS) laptop. Stylish, elegant and lightweight, TERES-I is a convenient travel companion and is great for playing videos, browsing the web, or using a plethora of development suites. It runs Linux on 64-bit ARM64 and x86 processors.

NOTE: TERES-I is currently considered an evaluation board and not yet an end-product.

Purchase your TERES-I here!

CPU Quad-Core Allwinner A64 64-bit Cortex-A53
Memory 2GB DDR3L
Internal Storage 16GB eMMC flash memory
Monitor LCD 11.6" 1366x768 resolution
Video In 1x VGA 640x480 camera
Video Out 1x HDMI
Audio In/Out 2x (stereo) speakers; 2x 3.5mm audio jack (1x microphone in, 1x stereo out)
Wireless WiFi 150Mb; BLE 4.0
USB 2x USB 2.0
Power 1x 9500mAh battery; 5V/3A input
Weight 980 g (2.16 lb)



TERES-I was designed to run on Linux distributions, but may also run Android and Windows operating systems. The laptop's mainboard has eMMC flash loaded with Ubuntu Mate and basic programs Internet browser, Open Office, Arduino IDE, IceStorm FPGA Verilog tools, a video player, etc. Additional software is also available from Ubuntu repositories.

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