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notebook GPD pocket 3 1195G7 model
model: GPD pocket 3 1195G7 model(model id: 2292)
subtype (notebook, netbook, motherboard, tablet):
does it have a free boot firmware (BIOS,UEFI,...) ?
can free operating systems be installed?
does the device prevent installing wifi cards not-approved by the vendor?
yes (see the details inside the description entry)
year of commercialization:
compatibility with free software:
tested on:
PureOS 10.0 Byzantium
tested with the following kernel libre:
video card model:
Intel Iris Xe Graphics 96 (it does not work)
wifi model:
Intel AX210 (it does not work)
webcam model:
058f:5608 (not specified how it works)
Clarification:This device is not produced by Purism, it is just because there's no such vendor (GPD) in h-node's database.

The GPD pocket 3 is a UMPC which is really powerful for an UMPC and is useful in many scenarios, but not in a free software activist's hands.

Tried several GNU/linux-libre distros, yet none of them barely successfully initiated the desktop environment. Intel Iris XE graphics are relatively new graphics card, currently free software support of these GPUs are still immature.

All the components of this computer are soldered to the board except the M.2 SSD so it's really hard to switch the WLAN card. And the default card which are AX201 (N6000 model) and AX210 (1195G7 model) have no free driver available in my knowledge.

Since the desktop environment failed to start, cannot confirm whether the webcam is working or not.

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