StarBook Mk V


  • CPU (full processor specs available at
    • Intel i7-1260P (Alder Lake)
    • Intel i3-1220P (Alder Lake)
    • Intel i3-1315U (Raptor Lake)
    • Intel i7-1360P (Raptor Lake)
  • EC
    • ITE IT5570E
    • Backlit keyboard, with standard PS/2 keycodes and SCI hotkeys
    • Battery
    • Charger, using AC adapter or USB-C PD
    • Suspend / resume
  • GPU
    • Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
    • GOP driver is recommended, VBT is provided
    • eDP 14-inch 1920x1080 LCD
    • HDMI video
    • USB-C DisplayPort video
  • Memory
    • 2 x DDR4 SODIMM
  • Networking
    • AX210 2230 WiFi / Bluetooth
  • Sound
    • Realtek ALC269-VB6
    • Internal speakers
    • Internal microphone
    • Combined headphone / microphone 3.5-mm jack
    • HDMI audio
    • USB-C DisplayPort audio
  • Storage
    • M.2 PCIe SSD
    • RTS5129 MicroSD card reader
  • USB
    • 1920x1080 CCD camera
    • USB 3.1 Gen 2 (left) (Alder Lake)
    • Thunderbolt 4.0 (left) (Raptor Lake)
    • USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A (left)
    • USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A (right)
    • USB 2.0 Type-A (right)

Building coreboot

Please follow the Star Labs build instructions to build coreboot, using config.starlabs_starbook_adl as config file.


Prior to building coreboot the following files are required:

  • Intel Flash Descriptor file (descriptor.bin)
  • Intel Management Engine firmware (me.bin)
  • ITE Embedded Controller firmware (ec.bin)

The files listed below are optional:

  • Splash screen image in Windows 3.1 BMP format (Logo.bmp)

These files exist in the correct location in the StarLabsLtd/blobs repo on GitHub which is used in place of the standard 3rdparty/blobs repo.


The following commands will build a working image:

Alder Lake:

make distclean
make defconfig KBUILD_DEFCONFIG=configs/config.starlabs_starbook_adl

Raptor Lake:

make distclean
make defconfig KBUILD_DEFCONFIG=configs/config.starlabs_starbook_rpl

Flashing coreboot

Type Value
Socketed flash no
Vendor Winbond
Model W25Q256.V
Size 32 MiB
Package SOIC-8
Internal flashing yes
External flashing yes

Please see here for instructions on how to flash with fwupd.