> For those of you who love to tinker, we’ve also created the Framework Laptop DIY Edition, the only high-end notebook available as a kit of modules that you can customize and assemble yourself, with the ability to choose Windows or install your preferred Linux distribution.
Thanks for your info
Perhaps there are more urgent tasks for "targeting the general populace to reach profitability".
Ps. That's why I hate potential sarcasm.
If this laptop doesn’t support Linux, it’s a big missed opportunity.
I imagine their could be vendor-specific expansion cards for SBC's, like one that is just an HDMI extension which only works with the vendors SBC and doesn't use USB-c. Maybe vendors could implement one "framework" compatible expansion port and provide several of their own expansion cards that only implement SBC features, and plug directly into the SBC instead of generic usb-c.
What if they don't want to sell through the Framework Marketplace?
Favorite hardware form factor ever ...