Clockwork announces that DevTerm open source portable terminal will soon be shipped
At the end of last year, Clockwork announced a set of open-source portable terminals called DevTerm. DevTerm draws inspiration from the popular Tandy TRS-80 portable PC in the 1980s. Only A5 paper size, modular design, the “core module” can range from a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite with 1 GB RAM to a six-core ARM processor with 4GB RAM (dual-core Cortex A72 + quad-core Cortex A53). There are five different configurations in total.
Clockwork stated that it follows the concept of “open design”, and all 3D files of structures and related materials are released under the GPL v3 license. You can find the project files on Clockwork’s GitHub, customize your own parts through CNC or 3D printing technology, and create your own retrofit kits. DevTerm can run Linux, you can choose Clockwork OS, Debian, Ubuntu, or Raspberry Pi OS.