EOMA68 Computing Devices


EOMA68 standard, a freely-accessible royalty-free, unencumbered hardware standard formulated and tested over the last five years around the ultra-simple philosophy of “just plug it in: it will work.”

  • Truly Free: Everything is freely licensed
  • Modular: Use the same Computer Card across many devices
  • Money-saving: Upgrade by replacing Computer Cards, not the whole device
  • Long-lived: Designed to be relevant and useful for at least a decade, if not longer
  • Ecologically Responsible: Keeps parts out of landfill by repurposing them

Some of you might recognise the form-factor of EOMA68 Computer Cards: it’s the legacy PCMCIA from the 1990s. The EOMA68 standard therefore re-uses legacy PCMCIA cases and housings, because that’s an environmentally responsible thing to do (and saves hugely on development costs).

Read more on the ecological implications of electronics waste in the white paper.


Micro Desktop Housing

  • Tiny size: 4.5” x 4.5” x 0.5”
  • EOMA68 Computer Card slot (user-upgradeable)
  • 2x USB2 ports plus one USB-OTG on Computer Card
  • VGA port
  • Micro-SD Card slot
  • Standard 5.5 mm DC Jack, powered by anything from 7 V up to 21 V
  • Beautiful laser-cut wooden case
  • 20-pin internal GPIO Expansion header documented here



15.6” Laptop Housing

  • 15.6” 1366 x 768 LCD
  • 10 Ah battery (approximately 6-8 hours running time)
  • Only 1.1 kg weight
  • EOMA68 Computer Card slot (user-upgradeable)
  • Full-sized QWERTY Keyboard including numberpad
  • 3 USB2 ports (2 internal, 1 external) plus one USB-OTG on Computer Card
  • Special internal compartment (easily accessible, 8 mm x 90 mm x 60 mm)
  • Micro-SD Card slot (takes 256 GB MicroSD cards)
  • 1W Stereo speakers, built-in Mic
  • CM108AH USB Audio with stereo headphone socket
  • 4.3” Capacitive touch panel and backlit LCD (instead of mouse trackpad)
  • STM32F072 Embedded Controller with firmware under GPLv3 license
  • Full schematics available.
  • 3D-printed casework design files available under GPLv3 license
  • Eco-friendly plywood panels




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