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DevTerm portable terminal is now available with a Raspberry Pi CM4 for $279

The DevTerm is a portable computer terminal with a retro-inspired design featuring an ultra-wide display, a keyboard and trackball, and a modular design that allows the same computer shell to be used with a variety of different processor modules. When the DevTerm first launched in 2021 it was available with a choice of a Raspberry […]

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Radxa CM5 is a compute module with an RK3588S processor and up to 16GB RAM

The Radxa ROCK5 Computing Module, also known as the Radxa CM5, is a 55 x 40mm computer-on-a-module featuring a Rockchip RK3588S processor, support for up to 16GB of LPDDR4x-4224 memory, and optional support for up to 128GB of eMMC flash storage. It also happens to be the same size and shape as the older Radxa […]

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Banana Pi BPI-CM4 compute module with Amlogic A311D is pin compatible with Raspberry Pi CM4

The makers of the Banana Pi line of single-board computers clearly draw a bit of inspiration from the Raspberry Pi Foundation when it comes to naming their products. Some of their designs are also rather obviously Raspberry Pi inspired. Case in point: the upcoming Banana Pi BPI-CM4 compute module doesn’t just look like a Raspberry Pi Compute […]

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Turing Pi 2 Cluster Computer hits Kickstarter, supports up to 4 Raspberry Pi, NVIDIA Jetson, or RK3588 computer modules

The Turing Pi 2 is a small computer made up of… other computers. It allows you to create a cluster of up to four different single-board computers to create your own compact, fanless, low-power server for running cloud apps, AI applications, or home lab software, among other things. First revealed last summer, the Turing Pi […]

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Raspberry Pad 5 is a Raspberry Pi CM4 carrier board with a 5 inch touchscreen display

BIGTREETECH’s Raspberry Pad 5 is a carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 that gives the tiny computer a 5 inch touchscreen display, Ethernet, HDMI, and USB ports, and a microSD card reader. Available now for $99, BIGTREEETECH positions the Raspberry Pad 5 as a solution that can be used as a 3D […]

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4S is a SODIMM with the same processor as the Raspberry Pi 4 and CM4

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module line of products are small computers designed to act as the brains of larger devices. Up until a few years ago, they were little boards that basically looked like sticks of laptop memory that you could slide into a larger board using a SODIMM connector. But that changed with the […]

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Banana Pi’s latest compute module features RK3588 chip and up to 8GB RAM

The folks behind the Banana Pi line of compact computers have been cranking out Raspberry Pi alternatives for years, and the latest is a new computer-on-a-module sporting an Rockchip RK3588 octa-core processor, support for up to 8GB of LPDDR4 memory and up to 128GB of eMMC storage. Like a Raspberry Pi Compute Module, the new […]

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Turing Pi 2 mini ITX cluster board is powered by up to 4 Raspberry Pi or NVIDIA Jetson compute modules

Turing Pi makes computer boards that let you build your own ARM-based cluster computer that you can use as a home server, host for cloud apps, or development platform for distributed computing applications. Last year the company released a model that lets you build a cluster using older Raspberry Pi Compute Modules. That model currently […]

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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 […]

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TOFU carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 supports NVMe SSDs or 4G LTE network cards (among other things)

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, which was released last year, has the same processor, memory, and storage options as a full-sized Raspberry Pi 4, but in a more compact card form-factor designed for use in embedded devices. Unlike larger Raspberry Pi devices, the Compute Module also supports onboard eMMC storage. But you’ll need to […]