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klojum Added supported hardware
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 ====== Welcome to the LibreELEC Wiki! ====== ====== Welcome to the LibreELEC Wiki! ======
  
-LibreELEC is a 'Just enough OS' Linux distribution for running [[http://​kodi.tv|Kodi]]. \\ +LibreELEC is a 'Just enough OS' Linux distribution for running ​the ultimate entertainment center application ​[[http://​kodi.tv|Kodi]]. \\ 
-It is efficient with a tiny disk and memory footprint, and provides cutting edge hardware support to deliver a set-top box Kodi experience.+Our application ​is an efficient ​solution ​with a tiny disk and memory footprint, and provides cutting edge hardware support to deliver a set-top box Kodi experience.
  
-Officially supported hardware includes: +**Officially supported hardware ​currently ​includes:*
-  ​* Raspberry Pi 0/1/2/3 + 
-  * x86_64 devices with Intel, AMD and nVidia GPU's +Raspberry Pi 
-  * WeTek Play 1 and 2, WeTek Hub+  * Versions ​0 / 1 / 2 / 3, including B and B+ variants. 
 + 
 +Generic 
 +  * x86_64 devices with INTEL, AMD and NVIDIA GPUs //(P.S.: as from LibreELEC 10, support for NVIDIA GPUs will be __removed__!)//​ 
 + 
 +Wetek 
 +  * Core, Play 1 2, Hub 
 + 
 +Odroid
   * Odroid C2   * Odroid C2
-  * Cubox iMX6 devices 
-\\ 
  
-\\+Slice 
 +  * Slice 1 / Slice 3 
 + 
 +Khadas VIM 
 +  * Khadas VIM (AML S905X) – requires a clean install if using current community images 
 +  * Edge 
 + 
 +Libre Computer 
 +  * LePotato (AML S905X) 
 + 
 +Pine64 
 +  * ROCK64, RockPro64 
 + 
 +Popcorn 
 +  * Hour RockBox, Transformer
  
 +Other Rockchip RK3288, RK3328 and RK3399:
 +  * 96rocks ROCK960
 +  * Asus Tinker Board
 +  * Firefly ROC-RK3328-CC
 +  * Mqmaker MiQi
 +  * Rockchip Sapphire Board
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