• Huh. Maybe I have the model wrong; I’ve had it for several years. I’ll have to pop the case tomorrow and check. In any case:

    gurthang ~ % uname -a
    Linux gurthang #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Dec 3 18:40:50 BRST 2014 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux

    whichever model it is, it’s definitely ARM. I bought two at the same time for a home automation project, and one had since kicked the bucket.

    Re VAT: oof. I got 64GB RAM for mine for only a little more than your taxes. That’s rough. Good luck, whatever you choose.

    • @h3ndrik@feddit.de
      12 months ago

      I have no clue. I just typed in the name into google. Maybe it showed me the wrong specs. My numbers would be off then but I don’t really care because I don’t want to buy one be that as it may.

      Hehe. Yeah thanks for the link anyway. I can find the same or a similar product on Amazon Germany and it will be significantly cheaper.

      I just haven’t decided yet if I want a mini pc in the first place. I always wanted one of those Ryzen 7000 in my laptop. I could use that money and have it contribute to one of those current framework laptops.

      • Sorry; it’s a U3+. I guess the “plus” means “extra RISC?” Anyway, it isn in the same league as a modern Ryzen, of course.

        I really like mine, TBH. I don’t do anything that would stress the GPU, and CPU is a ridiculous upgrade from the XPS13 laptop I’ve been using for the past couple of years. Not to mention the 64GB of RAM - having everything be in memory almost always makes it seem faster than it probably is. The RAM is cheap, too.

        I love the Framework laptops. When I need to be on the move again, that’s going to be my next machine.