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This is the preorders page for EOMA-68-compliant iMX6 Dual-Core Cortex A9 CPU modules. This product will have full GPL Source Code publicly available, and will be suitable for many purposes including Educational and R&D purposes, a USB-OTG-powered Thin Client, use as a Freedom Box, or as an embedded computer, or in the future to drive products such as Tablets, Laptops, IPTVs and Desktop PCs simply by plugging it in. Some options for hardware that is on the roadmap are described as example motherboards on the EOMA-68 page, and there are a number of community ideas including the KDE tablet aka Flying Squirrel.

Thanks to the etna-viv team, the iMX6 EOMA-68 looks set to be the first FSF-Endorseable CPU Card.

More information and progress can be found at the news page.


The Allwinner EOMA-68-compliant module will have the following features:

  • Approximately Credit-card size format (54mm x 85mm x 5mm high)
  • A Freescale Dual-Core 1.2ghz ARM Cortex A9
  • 2gb of RAM
  • at least 1gb of NAND Flash (possibly up to 16gb)
  • Operation as a stand-alone computer (USB-OTG powered)
  • 1080p Video playback
  • Vivante 3D Graphics, OpenGL ES 2.0 compliant.
  • HDMI, Micro-SD, Micro-USB
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • EOMA-68-compliant interfaces (RGB/TTL, I2C, USB2, SATA-II, 10/100/1000 Eth)
  • RS232 and JTAG headers


The BOM for the components comes to approximately $55. Pricing is therefore expected to be 1.5 to 2x that, depending on volume.

Please note: this cost excludes a case, power supply, packaging, shipping, tax, customs and import duty. and profit.

Software Freedom Information

Regarding Software Freedom: this CPU Card cannot yet be FSF-Endorseable. The GPU is sufficiently understood for Free-Software drivers to be written. The GPU has been reverse-engineered by the etna_viv team.

The VPU has been in the Linux kernel tree as coda.c since 2012, however this is for uploading firmware and communicating with it. The source code of the firmware is not available.

How to place a preorder committment

Please read the following so that the forms can be processed by software, later. In the section below "How to order", enter a unique reference into the inputbox and press "Edit", then fill in the fields on the page that is created.

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  • Purpose: It would help greatly to tell people a bit about what the intended purpose is for: this is a Free Software Community project, and this field is your opportunity to find people who may be interested in collaborating. Feel free to review community ideas, put in a page on this wiki, or put in a URL to an external web site.
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