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MangoPi MQ Quad is a tiny PC with an Allwinner H616 quad-core processor (Raspberry Pi Zero sized)

MangoPi’s latest single-board computer is a Raspberry Pi Zero clone called the MangoPi MQ Quad. It features a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor, 1GB of RAM, a microSD card reader, USB Type-C and mini HDMI ports, and support for WiFi 4 and Bluetooth. The MangoPi Quad is available from AliExpress with prices starting at $27 for […]

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Lilbits: Meta Quest VR headset gets a $100 price hike in August, Pixel 7 camera details leaked, and Dell Mobile Connect… disconnects

Facebook is making a big bet on the “Metaverse” by changing the name of its parent company to Meta and going on a hiring spree, for better or worse. But the company doesn’t expect those moves to pay off for years. In the meantime, the company does continue to offer the most popular VR headset around, […]

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MangoPi MQ Pro is $20 Raspberry Pi Zero-sized computer with a RISC-V processor

The MangoPi MQ Pro is a single-board computer that looks like a Raspberry Pi Zero, but instead of an ARM-based processor, the MQ Pro is powered by a RISC-V chip. MangoPi first announced it was developing the MQ Pro in January, and now it’s available for purchase in China for about $20. It should be available […]

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Lilbits: MangoPi’s SD-card sized Linux PC, supersizing the iPhone 13 Pro Max, and Intel’s most powerful desktop chip

Chinese company MangoPi made a bit of splash earlier this year by introducing a pair of tiny computer boards powered by RISC-V processors. Now the company is showing off a new computer-on-a-module that’s smaller than an SD card, but which packs four ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores, supports Linux-based software, and can handle 1080p video playback […]

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MangoPi-Nezha MQ RISC-V single-board computer hits Crowd Supply for $39 (crowdfunding)

The MangoPi-Nezha MQ is a tiny single-board computer powered by a  Allwinner D1/F133A processor based on RISC-V architecture. That’s a 1 GHz single-core chip, so don’t expect this little computer to be a speed demon. It also has just 64MB of DDR2 storage. But at $39, it’s one of the most affordable options for folks looking […]