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Libre Computer Board - Next Gen 4K SBC Dev Board for Makers

A project in Shenzhen, China by Libre Computer Project

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Quad-Core 64-bit 4K UHD development board with up to 2GB RAM, support for Android 7.1, Linux 4.9 LTS + Mainline.
Backers: 658
Average Pledge Per Backer: $66

Funded: $43,560 of $25,000
Dates: Jun 29th -> Jul 24th (25 days)
Project By: Libre Computer Project
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Latest News

Woot! We made it!

July 20th - via:
We hit our funding goal of $25,000 with three days left! Thank you guys for your support. There's still time to get to our stretch goals with great stretch rewards! Let your friends know and help get the word out! Some of you asked us for... (Read More)

Stretch Goals

July 18th - via:
We have made incredible progress the last few days. Yesterday alone we had 68 additional backers and $4300 raised. If we maintain that pace, we will hit 650 backers and $40,000 raised. To spur you on, we are offering the following stretch goals. 750... (Read More)

Getting Close to the Goal! Earlier Shipping for eMMC Kit Backers.

July 17th - via:
We are picking up pace the last few days and we should be able to meet our goal! Less than a week left and we still have $9K left to go, which means a tad under $1.5K a day will suffice. But why suffice when you can get more! We will be announcing... (Read More)

Worldwide Shipping and Important Message with Pictures

July 15th - via:
We have worldwide shipping available now so let your close to heart but physically far friends join in on the fun! If you would like extra rewards, increase the pledge amount based on the reward with an additional $2 per board and $4 per kit for... (Read More)

Archive Videos from the Beginning

July 6th - via:
You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play Replay with sound Play with sound 00:00 00:00    (Read More)

Previous Batch of PCBs

July 6th - via:
For anyone who doesn't know how the board manufacturing process works, here are some pictures.  After you finish your design, you send it to a PCB factory. This PCB is 6 layers for Le Potato. These then go through SMT machines which computerize the... (Read More)

Some Food For Thought

July 5th - via:
We created several cases and the first sample came back. Please note that this is not the final color or design. We will probably hold a vote. We will have 2-3 more designs coming back in the next week.      We also got some fun toys like this... (Read More)

Fan Video of Humorous Song Creative!

July 4th - via:
One of our incredible fans created his very own song in celebration of this Kickstarter. Phil has been working at a public library in the Washington D.C.-area, helping youth and adults use the 28 public Linux stations the library offers seven days a... (Read More)

Shipping Available to Canada, Australia, New Zealand

July 1st - via:
We have confirmed that we can ship to these countries above. We hope to be able to ship to Japan, India, Singapore, South Africa, and more in the coming weeks.  (Read More)

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