An open source portable terminal for every dev ↦
DevTerm is a post-modern, digital minimalist lifestyle. The A5 notebook size integrates complete PC functions with a retro-futurism design, a 6.8-inch ultra-wide screen, classic QWERTY keyboard, necessary interfaces, high-speed wireless, long battery life, and even includes a practical thermal printer.
It even includes a printer?! This thing is bonkers. Pre-order today. Shipping “before April 2021”.
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It’s probably not an accident, but I’m getting serious TRS-80 Model 100 vibes from this thing.
For a long time, I’d wanted to make a terminal like this and/or a gameboy-styled terminal to execute scripts on the fly, and this was so similar.
However, this is a fantastic project. I’ve never heard of these guys before and will keep an eye out for them.
I own an older clockwork product (topvinylcutters), and I respectfully request that no money be given to them.
Everything they do is make one-of-a-kind toys. They’re nothing more than e-waste. Their customer service is a joke, their materials are proprietary and locked in, and their designs are flawed and difficult to maintain.
Jerod co-hosts The Changelog, crashes JS Party, and takes out the trash (his old code) once in awhile.
I don’t see an obvious link between topvinylcutters and Clockwork. How do you know it’s the same company between the two products?