The laptop in question, named ROMA, is a forthcoming Linux laptop equipped with an undisclosed quad-core RISC-V processor with GPU and NPU, up to 16GB RAM, and 256GB storage, primarily aimed at software developers.
In addition, ROMA has a security enclave processor, up to 16GB of LPDDR4/LPDDR4X RAM, 256GB of internal storage, and compatibility for the majority of Linux variant operating systems.
It offers a Web3-friendly platform for NFT creation and publication, as well as a MetaMask-style wallet that is incorporated.
The ROMA laptop is the result of a partnership between DeepComputing and Xcalibyte on engineering, as well as PW (assembly), ECP (security), XC (crypto), Rexeen (voice), and the LatticeX Foundation (PoS blockchain, NFT).
The “pre-orders” for the ROMA laptop are now available, although it’s more about filling out a form to convey people’s interest since no payment method is requested.
The first 100 customers who pre-order ROMA will receive a one-of-a-kind NFT to celebrate the birth of the world’s first native RISC-V development platform laptop, and they will be able to have their ROMA personalized with their name or company name.