Thank you everyone for being so patient while waiting for us to ship Pocket P.C. We want to ship a well-tested well-built product to you. This means that we have iterated through multiple prototypes and revisions before deciding to enter mass production.
If you would like to follow along with the latest design or would like to dive deep into the internals of Pocket P.C. we have created a repository on GitHub for the latest hardware files. The work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
Pocket P.C. – Linux in your pocket for hackers on the gohttps://pocket.popcorncomputer.com
This week the Pocket P.C. crowdfunding campaign hit the exciting milestone of three-quarters funding. We are gracious for the support of over 180 backers who are excited about defining the future of Linux handhelds!
We have an exciting update for you and have a lot of developments to share with you. We thank you all for waiting so patiently.
On this blog, we will bring to you the latest updates, products and tutorials.
During the month of April, we will post:
- a tutorial on how to use Popcorn Web Tools
- the latest developments of Pocket P.C.
- shipping updates for Popcorn Computer and Stovetop
- a tutorial on how to build custom buildroot images for C.H.I.P and Popcorn / Kettlepop
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