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ODROID-H4 is a mini PC board with Intel Alder Lake-N that sells for $99 and up

Most of Hardkernel’s single board computers, development boards, and handhelds are powered by ARM-based processors. But the company has been selling x86 models with Intel processors under the ODROID-H brand since 2018. And now Hardkernel has launched its highest-performance ODROID-H series computers to date. the new ODROID-H4, H4+, and H4 Ultra are 120 x 120mm (4.7″ […]

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SiFive HiFive Premiere P550 high-performance RISC-V dev board coming this summer

SiFive has unveiled an upcoming RISC-V developer board that the company says delivers the “highest performance” of any model currently on the market. The upcoming SiFive HiFive Premiere P550 is powered by an Eswin EIC7700 processor that combines four SiFive P550 CPU cores with a GPU, NPU, and support for PCIe Gen 3, among other things. […]

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This single-board computer has a 5.5 inch touchscreen display

Most so-called single-board computers feature a processor, memory, and other core features soldered directly to the mainboard. But if you want to actually use the computers, you typically have to plug in a few more things like a keyboard, mouse, and display. That’s not an issue with UUGear’s Vivid Unit, because this single-board PC comes with […]

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Youyetoo R1 single-board computer combines RK3588S chip with two M.2 sockets

The Youyeetoo R1 is a single-board computer that measures 100 x 69mm (3.9″ x 2.7″), making it a little larger than a Raspberry Pi Model B. But this computer has a bunch of features that Raspberry Pi’s do not. Some of those things include a neural processing unit with up to 6 TOPS of AI […]

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Asus (re)introduces the Tinker Board 3N dev board with a RK3568 processor and lots of I/O

Asus has been selling a line of Raspberry Pi-like single-board computers under the Asus Tinker Board brand for years. Aimed at developers and hobbyists, the little computers typically feature ARM-based chips and support for Linux and Android-based software. Earlier this year the company unveiled a 100 x 100mm (3.9″ x 3.9″) model called the Tinker […]

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YY3568 modular dev kit features RK3568 processor, up to 8GB RAM, and plenty of I/O

The Youyeetoo YY3568 is a two-piece development board that consists of a system-on-a-module (SOM) with a Rockchip RK3568 processor and up to 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage, and a carrier board with a bunch of ports and connectors. It’s available for purchase with prices for a complete kit ranging from $63 […]

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Up Squared i12 is a 3.5 inch board with up to a Core i7-1270PE processor

The UP Squared i12 is a compact computer board that’s not much larger than a Raspberry Pi Model B. But instead of a low-power ARM-based processor, the UP Squared i12 supports up to a 28-watt Intel Alder Lake-P processor. It’s the latest in a line of UP boards from Asus subsidiary AAEON, and it’s a […]

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Milk-V Mars is a Raspberry Pi-sized PC with a quad-core RISC-V processor

The Milk-V Mars is a credit card-sized single-board computer that looks a lot like a Raspberry Pi. But instead of an ARM-based processor, this little PC sports a 1.5 GHz StarFive JH7110 quad-core processor based on RISC-V architecture. It’s the latest in a line of RISC-V systems from Milk-V, and the company has been teasing the […]

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LattePanda Sigma is a hacker-friendly single-board PC with Intel Core i5-1340P

LattePanda makes single-board computers that stand out from the usual Raspberry Pi clones in a few ways. Powered by Intel processors, they support most major operating systems including Windows, Linux, and even older versions of macOS. And thanks to Arduino co-processors, they can also be used to control sensors, motors, lights, or other hardware. The […]

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Asus Tinker Board 3 dev board has a RK3568 processor and plenty of I/O

The Asus Tinker Board 3 is a compact computer aimed at IoT developers that features a Rockchip RK3568 quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor, support for up to 8GB of RAM, and microSD card reader plus optional support for up to 64GB of eMMC storage. But while most members of the Tinker Board family are Raspberry Pi-like, […]