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Coming all the way from Berlin, Germany, this open hardware laptop was built using many manufacturing techniques seen at Noisebridge--3D printing, laser engraving, laser cutting, as well as CNC machining. A quad-core ARM CPU, LiFePO4 rechargeable batteries, a mechanical backlit keyboard, and a hacker-friendly design make this the more personal computer.
 
Coming all the way from Berlin, Germany, this open hardware laptop was built using many manufacturing techniques seen at Noisebridge--3D printing, laser engraving, laser cutting, as well as CNC machining. A quad-core ARM CPU, LiFePO4 rechargeable batteries, a mechanical backlit keyboard, and a hacker-friendly design make this the more personal computer.
  
Go hands-on with MNT Reform, ask questions, learn about how you can create derivitive works, and meet fellow Reform users. Special appearance by MNT Research founder Lukas F. Hartmann via Jitsi! Event begins at 6 pm with Lukas calling in around 8 pm.
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Go hands-on with MNT Reform, ask questions, learn about how you can create derivitive works, and meet fellow Reform users. Special appearance by MNT Research founder Lukas F. Hartmann via Jitsi!

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Event begins at 6 pm with Lukas calling in around 8 pm.

https://www.meetup.com/noisebridge/events/283759488

Noisebridge SF! One night only! Experience MNT Reform for yourself!

Coming all the way from Berlin, Germany, this open hardware laptop was built using many manufacturing techniques seen at Noisebridge--3D printing, laser engraving, laser cutting, as well as CNC machining. A quad-core ARM CPU, LiFePO4 rechargeable batteries, a mechanical backlit keyboard, and a hacker-friendly design make this the more personal computer.

Go hands-on with MNT Reform, ask questions, learn about how you can create derivitive works, and meet fellow Reform users. Special appearance by MNT Research founder Lukas F. Hartmann via Jitsi!