World’s first RISC-V laptop introduced
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World’s first RISC-V laptop introduced

This week was the unveiling of a Linux-based ROMA laptop. It features an unnamed quad core RISC-V processor with GPU, NPU and GPU. It is primarily intended for software developers, and integrates Web3 technology.

DeepComputing designed the ROMA laptop and Xcalibyte did the system setup. Xcalibyte also builds support for Web3, NFT and cryptocurrencies.

The laptop was equipped with an unidentified single-chip system that included a quad-core RISC–V processor, a GPU and an NPU for artificial Intelligence. Pro models will feature a single-chip system of 12nm. Standard version has a 28nm single chip system.

The ROMA has 16GB LPDDR4/LPDDR4X RAM, 256GB eMMC flash and 256GB LPDDR4/LPDDR4XRAM. Data protection is provided by the Arm SC300 Security Enclave processor.

The laptop will work with most Linux operating systems. The company will also offer “early access” to the next generation laptops and accessories at significant discounts. The first 100 customers will get a free NFT and the laptop will come with a MetaMask wallet.

You can personalize your ROMA by ordering engravings of your name or any other inscription.

World’s first RISC-V laptop introduced
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