@0x1C3B00DA I browsed the web, even youtube, downloaded a repo from Git, built and debug it locally.
Of course, it's slower than my dev computer, but I think it's awesome to be able to plug your phone on any hdmi display and just use it as a computer!
@JF It’s definitely awesome. I hope that’s the future of computing.
Don't know about the future but AR(ISC)M was certainly the workstation of the past and boy where they fast :-)
The DEC Alpha was a pinnacle of sorts. Would be sweet indeed to have a grant return
@kai Yes, the display is connected to the phone via a USB-C hub. It's way slower than my dev computer, but still usable. I browsed the web, youtube, cloned a git repo, and built and debug it locally !
@fnetX Yes, the display is connected to the phone via a USB-C HUB, nothing else ;)
@JF So what's your experience? Is it the arm workstation of the future? 🙂
@fnetX In the present, it's a bit limited in cpu power, but I guess that in the future, we'll have more cpu cores and more ram :)
@cedric This was the default theme on Archlinux (https://github.com/dreemurrs-embedded/Pine64-Arch/releases).
@robots Yes, I can't wait to show that off to friends and family!
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