I have been looking for a review of a rk3399 debian main notebook. I cannot
find one. I want to know how these cpus manage common
notebook use.

The broader idea would be a low priced 7 inch rk3399 notebook
like the one laptop per child concept. A computer most
people would be able to buy, also for their children. Maybe
people would be better of buying a phone? Difficult to say. The
notebook should be easy to disassemble and repair. It should
only have libe software installed.
This cabinet
appears to be generic. If an organization bought 100000 the
manufacturer probably would sell a rk3399 version. The matter
is if the rk3399 is fast enough to act like a pc?

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