Yes. I run Debian testing for now on it, 64bits version, with ARMHF multiarch, so both box86 and box64 can run.Yes, headphone out and headset micropohone in.
As far as I can remember this is based on an ARMv8 core therefore should be 64-bit code compatible, and able to run box64 as well.
The powerbrick is included.It would still nice to have, i also wonder if some of the "newer" games would work (my summer car, beamng, Farming Sim 2022, GTA4, Snowrunner i would have to buy these games then) and i have a lot of Games from GOG but they arend for Linux unfortunilly,
But bevor i could even think about gaming on this thing, i still wonder how to put a OS on it, i mean its ARM, so is there allready a Debian in the world wide web which was compiled for the phytium PC? ,
"Powered by a 60 Watt Power Brick means" its running over USB C? , or would this Power Brick be include on the Package?
It's Debian, same system as on the Pyra... So yeah, quite easy to use.Ok, so this means this thing might be noob proof? Or at least that noob as you can be if you had allready the Pandora and the Pyra..
There are still a few days left i can use to think about it.,,