XO 1.75 C1

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XO-1.75 Laptop C test model 1, also known as C1.

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Description

The C1 are the last prototypes of the XO-1.75 built. Electrically, these are very similar to the B1 prototypes. A small number were made in September, 2011, for final testing.

Identification

These are the first XO-1.75 laptops marked as such. XO-1 laptops have a smooth hinge cover, and XO-1.5 laptops have three small raised dots inline on each side of the hinge cover. XO-1.75 laptops have seven small raised dots on the hinge cover, arranged in two rows.

While three version of C1 were built (SKUs 200, 201, and 202), testing out various alternate component suppliers, from a software and functionality point of view all versions should be identical. Unlike the B1 prototypes, all C1 laptops provide SDRAM for the DCON.

Open Firmware cpu-model OLPC 1C1.

The motherboard revision is E.

Photographs:

If you disassemble the laptop (instructions), you will see:

Annotated image of XO-1.75 motherboard

Software

See XO-1.75 software.

Software Restrictions

See XO-1.75 general software restrictions.

See http://dev.laptop.org/1.75 for tickets that are not closed, in the XO-1.75 firmware or software milestones.

Hardware Restrictions

There is a list of recommended modifications (ECOs).

Loss of first character on resume

Unfortunately, we learned too late that the Armada 610 SoC takes a while to wake up from a deep sleep. When a user wakes an XO-1.75 B1/C1 laptop with a keypress, the first key code sent by the keyboard is lost by the SoC (ticket #11401). This was fixed by having the EC stall the keyboard until the SoC wakes, but requires that resistors be added to the board.

Documentation

Location of serial port

Supporting documentation for these boards (all in PDF):

Please note that production boards may have different pin mappings and connector locations.

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