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R86S mini PC features Intel Jasper Lake processor, optional 10 Gbps Ethernet ports (firewall or networking appliance)

The R86S mini PC is a compact computer designed for networking applications. For example you could use it as firewall, network-attached storage device or media server, or as a general-purpose computer. Powered by a 10-watt Intel Jasper Lake quad-core processor and available with up to 16GB of RAM, the pocket-sized computer has three 2.5 Gbps […]

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Next-gen ASRock DeskMini and DeskMeet mini PCs leaked (with Intel Raptor Lake and AMD Ryzen 7000 options)

ASRock is preparing an update for its DeskMini and DeskMeet line of small form-factor desktop computers. While the company hasn’t announced next-gen hardware yet, @harukaze5719 spotted listings on the Eurasian Economic Commission website with model numbers for next-gen ASRock mini PCs. It looks like we can expect DeskMini and DeskMeet with support for the latest Intel […]

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Lilbits: Open source Linux graphics drivers for Apple Silicon, and Winamp plays NFTs now for some reason

One of the key things that makes a Mac computer a Mac is clearly that it ships with Apple’s macOS software. But back when the company was still making Macs with Intel processors it was fairly easy to install a different operating system – Apple even offered its own Boot Camp solution for dual booting […]

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UP Xtreme i12 is a single-board PC with Intel Alder Lake-P, up to 32GB RAM, and a 40-pin expansion header

AAEON’s latest entry in the UP Board line of single-board computers is a compact board with support for up to a 12-core, 16-thread Intel Alder Lake-P processor, up to 32GB of RAM, and support for up to two PCIe Gen 4 SSDs, and plenty of networking and connectivity options. But while it’d be easy to […]

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Lilbits: Apple Self Service Repair expands to Europe, Amazon Prime members can stream Ubisoft games they already own

After launching a Self Service Repair program in the United States earlier this year, Apple is expanding the program to eight countries in Europe: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK. While some folks have found Apple’s approach to be a little over-the-top in a “do I really want to do this” […]

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Cool Pi 4 is a Raspberry Pi-shaped computer with RK3588S

The Cool Pi 4 is a single-board computer with a Rockchip RK3588S octa-core processor with support for 8K video playback and a dedicated neural processing unit. Shaped like a Raspberry Pi Model B, it should fit into many of the same spaces as Raspberry Pi’s little computers, while delivering more processing power. With prices starting […]

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Lilbits: Kindle Scribe reviews, the NUC Pro’s new look, and Linux graphics on Apple Silicon

Amazon has dominated the eBook reader space for years, not necessarily because the company has the best hardware or software, but because its Kindle products are fairly cheap, good enough for most people, and tightly integrated with what’s probably the world’s best-known eBook store. So when Amazon introduced the Kindle Scribe this year, it turned […]

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Radxa Taco board turns a Raspberry Pi CM4 or Radxa CM3 into network-attached storage

The Radxa Taco is a carrier board that lets you turn a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 into a network attached storage system. It should also work with Raspberry Pi CM4-compatible systems like the Radxa CM3, which is helpful at a time when Raspberry Pi hardware can be hard to come by. While the compute module […]