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.
|CPU||Quad-Core Allwinner A64 64-bit Cortex-A53|
|Internal Storage||16GB eMMC flash memory|
|Monitor||LCD 11.6" 1366x768 resolution|
|Video In||1x VGA 640x480 camera|
|Video Out||1x HDMI (mini)|
|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|
|Battery||1x 9500mAh LiPo|
|Power Supply||5V/3A wall adapter to DC barrel jack (Type H: 3.5mm OD x 1.35mm ID x 10mm length)|
|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.
- Installing an image
- Updating an image
- Building an image