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World’s first RISC-V laptop unveiled

A Linux-based ROMA laptop was unveiled this week, featuring an unnamed quad-core RISC-V processor with GPU and NPU. It is intended primarily for software developers and has Web3 technology integration.

The ROMA laptop is the result of a collaboration between DeepComputing, who worked on the design, and Xcalibyte, who does system setup, as well as building and adding support for Web3, NFT, cryptocurrencies out of the box.

The laptop received an unknown single-chip system with a quad-core RISC-V processor, a GPU, an NPU for artificial intelligence. The Pro model will have a 12nm single-chip system. The standard version uses a 28nm single-chip system.

The ROMA is equipped with 16GB LPDDR4/LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB eMMC flash. The Arm SC300 Security Enclave processor is used to protect data.

The laptop will support most Linux operating systems, and the company will offer “early access to the next generation of laptops and accessory upgrades at significant discounts.” The first 100 customers will receive a free NFT, and the laptop will ship with a MetaMask-style wallet.

It will also be possible to personalize your ROMA, for this you can order an engraving of your name or other inscription on the case.

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