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Radxa Zero 3E trades WiFi for Ethernet (tiny, cheap single-board computer)

A few weeks after introducing the Radxa Zero 3W single-board computer with a Raspberry Pi Zero-like form-factor and Rockchip RK3566 processor, Radxa has unveiled a second model with the same chip and a similar design… but a few key differences. The biggest change? While the Radxa Zero 3W supports WiFi and Bluetooth, the Radxa Zero […]

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Radxa Zero 3W is a Pi Zero-sized PC with a RK3566 processor and up to 8GB RAM

The Radxa Zero 3W is a single-board computer that measures just 65 x 30mm (2.6″ x 1.2″) and features a Rockchip RK3566 quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor with Mali-G52-2EE graphics and an integrated neural processing unit. Coming soon for $15 and up, it’s the Radxa’s latest alternative to the Raspberry Pi Zero. This isn’t Radxa’s first […]

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These Raspberry Pi CM4 clones are powered by Rockchip processors

Two of the Chinese companies that crank out Raspberry Pi-like products (right down to the Fruit + Pi names) are at it again, this time with Raspberry Pi Compute Module clones. The Orange Pi Compute Module 4 is a system-on-a-module that should be compatible with most carrier boards designed for the Raspberry Pi CM4. But […]

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Orange Pi 3B is a single-board computer with RK3566 for $35 and up

The Orange Pi 3B is a Raspberry Pi-sized single-board computer with a bunch of features you don’t often find in this form-factor, including a full-sized HDMI port, an M.2 key socket that can be used for storage. It also has many of the usual features including USB, Ethernet, and wireless capabilities and a 40-pin GPIO […]

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PlanetPC XR is a Linux mini PC with a touchscreen display and ARM processor (crowdfunding)

Planet Computers makes smartphones that look like pocket computers thanks to their QWERTY keyboards that are (just barely) big enough for touch typing. And they function like pocket computers thanks to support for both Android and Linux software. Now the UK-based company is branching out by launching a line of compact desktop computers. The PlanetPC […]

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URVE Board Pi single-board PC features RK3566, M.2 SATA connector and PoE support

The URVE Board Pi is a single-board computer that’s the same size as a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. But this little computer has a few features that the Raspberry Pi does not, including an M.2 connector for SATA storage or other accessories, Power over Ethernet support, a built-in microphone, and support for an RTC […]

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Anbernic RG353V handheld game console with RK3566 launches for $113 and up

The latest handheld game console from Anbernic is a model that looks a bit like a Game Boy if Nintendo’s classic handheld sported analog sticks and a few extra buttons. But there’s more to the Anbernic RG353V than its classic design. Available for pre-order for $113 and up from Anbernic or AliExpress, this handheld game system […]

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Compact3566 is a Raspberry Pi clone with a Rockchip RK3566 processor

Boardcon’s new Compact3566 is a single-board computer powered by a 1.8 GHz Rockchip RK3566 quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor. It supports up to 8GB of LPDDR4 memory and 128GB of eMMC storage and an M.2 socket with support for a PCIe SSD. But when it comes to size, ports, and compatibility with third-party accessories? It’s basically […]

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Lilbits: Using a Fisher Price baby toy as a real game controller and VESA’s new variable refresh rate display standards

Computer display standards organization VESA has announced a new open standard and logo certification program for PC monitors and laptop displays with variable refresh rates. Yet another new mini PC with a Rockchip RK3566 processor and Ubuntu software is available, this time with prices starting at just $89. And a new version of the Sxmo […]

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PineNote E Ink tablet now available for $399 for developers and enthusiasts

The PineNote is a tablet with a 10.1 inch grayscale E Ink display and pen support. It’s designed to be a hackable, Linux-friendly device and it’s one of the latest products from the makers of the PinePhone and PineBook line of devices. First introduced last summer, the PineNote began shipping to developers in limited quantities […]