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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 […]

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Intel Compute Card is a tiny PC for a modular world

Intel envisions a world where you’ll be able to buy a smart TV, smart refrigerator, or other gadgets with a computer inside… and keep using the gadget even after the PC components start to feel dated. That’s because you’ll be able to swap out the PC and replace it with a new one. And when […]

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EOMA68 modular laptop/desktop raises more than $150 thousand through crowdfunding, here’s what’s next

The EOMA68 project is an effort to design a system of modular computing devices that use interchangeable PC cards. The processor, memory, storage, and operating system are all on a card that you can pop out of a laptop or desktop and replace with a different card. Theoretically any type of processor and operating system […]

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Interview with EOMA68 Libre laptop developer Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton

The EOMA68 Libre Laptop is a notebook powered by a removable, upgradeable PC card. It’s the the latest iteration of a concept that developer Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton has been working on for the past five years. But if all goes according to plan, you might actually be able to buy one this year. Leighton is […]