DevTerm is an open source portable terminal with modular (and retro) design

The DevTerm is a new portable computer with a very old aesthetic. Designed to look like an old school portable terminal, this modular, open source computer features a 6.8 inch, 1280 x 480 pixel IPS display, a keyboard, and battery module plus an optional built-in thermal printer. Under the hood is a ClockworkPi v3.14 mainboard […]

CutiePi is an open source Raspberry Pi-based tablet (coming in late 2019?)

The CutiePi is hardly the first tablet built around one of Raspberry Pi’s tiny, low-cost computers. But it’s a pretty nifty looking addition to the category that combines an 8 inch touchscreen display with a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite, a custom carrier board, and software to make the Linux-based Raspbian operating system touch-friendly. […]

NVIDIA releases Jetson AGX Xavier module for autonomous devices (robots)

NVIDIA is probably best known for making graphics cards used for gaming and video editing, but the company also designed low-power processors aimed at tablets, TV boxes, and other small gadgets a few years ago. Aside from the NVIDIA Shield Android TV box, there aren’t many devices using those chips anymore… but NVIDIA took what […]

Leak reveals new Intel Compute Module coming in 2019

A leak published earlier today revealed a bunch of new Intel NUCs are on the way, including the company’s first octa-core systems. The same source also included another Intel roadmap showing the future of Intel’s new plans for modular computing. According to the leaked slides, Intel will introduce five Compute Modules in 2019. These won’t […]

SOPINE A64 $29 PC card has 2X the RAM of Raspberry Pi’s Compute Module 3

This week the Raspberry Pi Foundation launched the Compute Module 3, a tiny computer-on-a-module that looks like a stick of laptop memory. The $30 Compute Module 3 has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor and 1GB of RAM and it’s aimed at developers looking for a small, cheap, low-power computer to power their hardware projects. Want […]