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Homebrew Microcontroller Laptop, Made of Wood 159

Posted by timothy
from the logically-if-she's-made-of-wood dept.
Brietech writes "This is a homebrew laptop project based on a Picaxe microcontroller. It has 16kb of RAM, 256kb of storage, sound and a self-hosted development environment! It has a simple CLI, file-system, 'EMAXE' text editor and a programming language called 'Chris#.' Oh, and yes, it runs Linaxe."
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Homebrew Microcontroller Laptop, Made of Wood

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