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ComponentWorks?Notes
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AudioYesIntel audio with Realtek ALC295 codec and supported by azalia.
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Battery statusYes55Whr battery, status available through acpibat.
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BluetoothNo
Usually provided by the wireless card, but OpenBSD does not support Bluetooth. Use BT-WiFi adapter?
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Fingerprint sensorYesGoodix via USB, reportedly supported by libfprint. Can be disabled in the BIOS.
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Keyboard backlight
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Supported natively by the EC. Three levels of adjustment can be toggled with Fn+Space.
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Headphone JackYesPlugs input to (not disconnected by bezel switch) and output from Azalia chip.
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HibernationYesCan be triggered by ZZZ.
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Micro-SD card reader
Yes
The Framework Micro-SD expansion card attaches via USB and works fine. An inserted card sticks out about 2mm from the edge.
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MicrophoneYes
Above the screen. Can be disabled in BIOS or by the left-hand slide switch atop the video.
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SSDYes
M.2 2280 socket; JCS used a Samsung 980 Pro NVMe drive, Ian used a WD SN850, both supported by nvme.
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Suspend / resumeYesCan be triggered by zzz.
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Closing the lid does not yet suspend, because acpiec is not receiving lid events. Announced to be fixed in BIOS 3.04.
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TouchpadYesPixart I2C, supported by imt.
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ExceptTouchpad does not work yet after resume. Has also been reported on some Linuxes.
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USBYes
The 4 USB-C ports work fine, though jcs has had a few occasions where Power Delivery charging did not work until the laptop was powered off and back on again, and ian has had a few cases where a (third party) USB-C PD laptop charger itself had to be power cycled to start charging.
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VideoYes
inteldrm supports accelerated video, DPMS, gamma control, and integrated backlight control. HDMI output through the HDMI Expansion Card works as expected.
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WebcamYes
1080p USB camera, supported by the uvideo driver when the kern.video.record sysctl is enabled. Can be disabled in the BIOS or by the right-hand sllide switch on the bezel which will detach the USB device.
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WirelessYesM.2 socket; we each used a Intel AX201 802.11ax wireless card supported by iwx.
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NoteThe Intel AX210 card sold by Framework is not yet supported by iwx.
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