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PinePhone official keyboard case is finally available to purchase

Pine64 is a tech company that has been selling Linux-powered hardware for years, including the entry-level PinePhone and upcoming PinePhone Pro. Pine64 has been working with the PinePhone community for months to create an official keyboard attachment, and two months after the design was finalized, you can finally buy one to create the fun-sized pocket...

PinePhone’s official keyboard add-on will turn it into a tiny Linux PC

Pine64 is a tech company that has been selling Linux-powered hardware for years, including the entry-level PinePhone and upcoming PinePhone Pro. An official keyboard add-on for the PinePhone and PinePhone Pro has been in development for months, as Pine64 and its community work together on the best-possible design, and now it's nearly ready for production. Lukasz...

Linux-powered PinePhone Pro shows off faster performance in first official demo

Pine64 has been selling ARM-powered Linux devices for years, such as the PinePhone, a low-end smartphone with a (mostly) open hardware and software design. The PinePhone Pro was announced last month as an upgraded model with improved hardware, and even though the initial model for developers isn't shipping yet, the phone has now been shown...

PinePhone Pro is an upgrade to the original Linux-powered smartphone for $399

PIine64 has unveiled the PinePhone Pro as their flagship Linux powered-smartphone, and an upgrade to the original Pinephone. It's a pretty big spec jump with more RAM, more storage, better cameras, a nicer display, and a Rockchip RK399S hexa-core processor running at 1.5GHz. However, with souped-up internals comes a higher price tag, and the PinePhone...

Pine64 announces $399 e-reader with Linux and pen support

Hong Kong-based Pine64 has been selling single-board computers for years, but it might be best known for the PinePhone and PineBook Pro, some of the best ARM-powered Linux devices available right now. Now the company is branching out into e-readers, with the announcement of the PineNote — an e-ink Linux tablet with pen support and...

PinePhone KDE Community Edition will run Plasma Mobile out-of-the-box

Pine64, makers of PinePhone, the Linux powered, completely open mobile device, has joined forces with software community KDE for a special edition. The PinePhone KDE Community Edition will run Plasma Mobile, the mobile version of KDE’s Plasma graphical workspace environment. KDE says that Plasma Mobile “includes most of the essential features a smartphone user would...