CPU: 8-bit 2-core about 20 hz
RAM: 2-8 kB
Storage type: SSD
Storage space: 64 kB
Screen: 2-8 fps. 16:9 format. 32x18 resolution (576 pixels) Color Screen (New 1-LED blocks in 2.1 update)
Keyboard: Modified QWERTY
Touch-Pad: Big Touch-Pad with support for left, right, up, down. Size is 2x4.
GPU: 1-4 GB Memory
Sound: Dual Speaker
•Calculator. Uses an ALU that supports 8-bit Addition and Subtraction, and 4-bit multiplication and division.
•System. Will control the system, and work as a control center.
•Text. Program for writing.
•Use. Acts as an activity monitor and will tell you how much RAM is in use, how much CPU-power is used, what CPU-cores is in use etc.
•Photos. Photos will be your image library, where you can find all of your screenshots.
•Video editing. This is where you make movies that can be shown in "Movie"
•Movie. The Movie-application is where you watch the videos you make in "Video Editing"
•Music. This is where you make music.
•Listen. Listen is the application used for listening to music you have made in "Music"
If anyone that makes games want it, their games could be modified to fit in the computer, so that they can be played. If you have an other application than a game, that's also great.
I am currently working on my own operating system for the computer. Because the CPU is multicored, it will most likely be possible to use two programs at the same time - Multitasking! The OS don't currently have a name, but if anyone has an idea, it would be great. Here is how the UI with it will be:
When the power-button is hit, the computer will boot. While it is booting, it will show EDVSSJ on the screen and also a loading symbol.
When booted up, you will come to a meny where you have three choises (Each on its own line, and you use your touch-pad to control which you will open). These are "Apps", "System" and "Power". If you click apps, you will come to a page where you can choose one of your apps to open, by going between pages for each application. By choosing system, you will launch the system application, which is the one where you can control your system. By pressing power, you will turn off your computer.
I know this looks a little, ehhhh simple, but it is hard to make a super great interface when the screen almost can't be bigger than 32x18 pixels to have an okey framerate (Bigger Screen = More pixels to update)
Last Edited By: Edvssj 19 July, 2017 22:13:22. Edited 10 times