Preorder the world’s first RISC-V laptop

A new laptop which is the first ever to run atop RISC-V-based silicon is now available to pre-order online.

RISC stands for Reduced Instruction Set Computer

ROMA is the world's first laptop using the RISC-V instruction set

ROMA is created by China-based DeepComputing and Xcalibyte

ROMA will support most Linux distros

It is said to feature the first 12nm/28nm SoM package in the world

In many ways RISC-V is superior to popular instruction sets like x86, AMD64, and ARM

The main goal of RISC is to use basic commands that may be finished in a short period

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