The NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin is a single-board commuter designed for AI projects, featuring up to a 12-core ARM Cortex-A78 CPU and up to 2048-core NVIDIA Ampere graphics, 64GB of RAM, and 64GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. NVIDIA says to expect up to 275 TOPS of AI performance.

First announced in November, a Jetson AGX Orin dev kit with top-of-the-line specs is now available for $1999. Lower-cost (and lower-performance) versions should be available later this year.

NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit

In other recent tech news, former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s new company is taking a page out of the OnePlus playbook and working to generate buzz for its products well ahead of launch. Nothing scheduled an event today where the company was widely expected to unveil its first phone.

Instead, Pei confirmed that Nothing’s next product is a phone, but it won’t launch until this summer. We don’t know what it looks like or much of anything about it other than that it runs a fork of Android called Nothing OS, has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and will be part of an ecosystem that OnePlus hopes to build that will include support not only for the company’s own products, but also third-party gear including Apple’s AirPods and Tesla’s electric vehicles.

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  1. Nothing made their promotional materials for this event look like title cards for some kind of non-wing conspiracy theory video, and that’s what they come out with. Do they think that people will actually take up their phone as some kind of symbol of rebellion even if they actually do somehow provide interoperability not found on other phones? I doubt it, and I’m sure they know why that won’t work, so it wouldn’t even be worth the effort to make something other than a 6.5″ glass sandwich with no headphone jack, expandable storage, or video out over usb-c.
    If you really hate what’s going on, and for some reason still think its worth the effort to try and make the world a better place, the only answer is trying to use a Linux phone, jumping through the hoops forcing it to work, and suffering the social isolation that comes with using communications software that no one has heard of but you and cameras that take pictures people will mock you over. But lets be honest. You don’t deserve any better. Not for choosing something different. But because you let evil persist until that’s what the alternative looked like.