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Raspberry Pi Zero Competitor | Orange Pi Zero Plus2 H5 Kit Orange Pi Set Development Kit for Zero Plus Boards

Product Introduction Orange Pi Zero boards series are sold in various SoC configurations, where the H5 is the newer one with the same board dimensions and layout as previous H2+ and H3 boards. The new Pi Zero Plus 2 H5 Board features the latest quad core Cortex A53 64-bit processor with faster processing capabilities, also improved …

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MiQi RK3288 Review: ASUS Board Tinker Alternative MiQi Single Board Computer for DIY and Open Source Development Projects

MiQi Review Focus: Product summery Specifications. MiQi Overview / Review Package Content A Closer Look at the MiQi Board Software Support Benchmarks Final Words Pros / Cons   Product Summery MiQi is a Single Board Computer designed for hobbyists and professionals who are looking for a community-supported hardware development platform at low-cost with …

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NanoPi K2 Single Board Computer Review | Raspberry Pi 3 Competitor FirendlyElEC NanoPi K2 Amlogic S905 Powered Development Board for just $40

Product Introduction  The NanoPi K2 single board computer is FriendlyELEC (formally FirendlyARM) recent launched board, powered with the latest low-end Amlogic 905 SoC. This new board features a 60 pin header GPIO compatible with Raspberry Pi boards aswell as onboard WiFi, Gigabyte Ethernet, IPEX Antenna interface, Micro SD Card slot, IR …

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Single Board Computer Asus Thinker Board Killer | Firefly RK3399 Plus Firefly RK3399 Plus High Preformance Single Board Computer

Product Introduction The FireFly RK3399 single board computer (SBC) is the world’s first PC-class open-source hardware platform based on 64-bit ARMv8 Cortex-A72/Cortex-A53 core designs. Based on the latest Rockchip Hexacore (6 cores) RK3399 Processor, designed and developed by T-Chip Technology Co. Ltd. It features up to 4GB DDR3 RAM, M.2, and …

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