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May

16

Third Stretch Goal Complete!

Dear Backers,

We are speechless.

Within 24 hours of sending out our previous update to you, we’re in the position of writing yet another update to inform you that we’ve cleared the third stretch goal at $400k. This is simply amazing, we are thrilled and overwhelmed at the support and at the enthusiasm of our growing user community.

For the third stretch goal, all Novena board and system backers will be receiving the ROMulator breakout board. This is a unique addition to any hacker’s arsenal. It allows, with some careful soldering, users to either emulate or tap the communication of a TSOP NAND flash device. This device was used to assist our analysis of SD firmware backdoors, presented last year at 30C3, and is starting to crop up in the wild as part of other reverse engineering projects.

Open hardware ftw: Reversing a USB flash drive with @novenakosagi‘s http://www.crowdsupply.com/kosagi/novena-open-laptop … and OpenVizsla! :)

bushing (@gnihsub) on Twitter - April 18, 2015

We’re looking forward to seeing what kinds of mischief these bespoke flex circuits end up causing!

We have one final stretch goal remaining: the MyriadRF SDR board. At the time of writing, we’re exactly three units short of hitting that, so I imagine you may be hearing from us again soon.

Cheers,

bunnie & xobs

$783,382 raised

of $250,000 goal

Funded! Order Now

May 18 2014

funded on

313%

funded

1,114

pledges

Product Choices

$550

Just the Board

For crafty people who want to build their case and define their own style, we'll deliver to you the main PCBA, stuffed with 4GiB of RAM, 4GiB microSD card, and an Ath9k-based PCIe wifi card. Boots to a Debian desktop over HDMI.


$425

Hacker Case Kit

The barebones hacker case kit! It'll give you the structure on which to build your custom Novena set-up using your main board. Grab some mounting screws from the hardware store, and you're ready to go.


$16

Battery Holder

A holder for the standard Novena battery pack mentioned above. Holds the battery nicely in the Peek array of the injection-molded case. Has a 4mm bullet connector.


$90

LCD Screen

This is the same screen as that used in the desktop and laptop Novena configurations. It is a 13.3" amorphous silicon TFT active matrix IPS LCD at 1920 x 1080, 166 ppi, 350 cd/m2 luminance at max brightness, 700:1 contrast ratio (typical), 14ms TR, 11ms Tf (typical) response time, and a wide viewing angle of approximately 89 degrees vertically or horizontally in any direction.


$50

AC Adapter

AC power supply for Novena configurations, with a US plug. 100-240V input at 50/60Hz and 1.5A. 18V output at 3.47A. Branded with the Novena logo!


$4

Cable Clips (Set of 3)

Helping you keep your project tidy, these cable ties screw (M2.5 screws with washers - not included) into the Novena case "Peek Array". Domestic shipping included.

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Sutajio Kosagi

Sutajio Ko-usagi supports and produces open hardware products designed by bunnie and xobs.


bunnie

Hardware

Sean Cross

Software


Mottweiler Studio

Heirloom laptop design and fabrication

AQS Inc.

Contract Manufacturer

Monstro

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