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Mixtile Blade 3 is a stackable single-board PC with RK3588 processor, support for cluster computing (crowdfunding)

The Mixtile Blade 3 is a single-board computer with a Rockchip RK3588 processor at its heart, a Pico-ITX form factor, and a design that allows you to stack multiple boards on top of one another to build a cluster. First unveiled in April, the Mixtile Blade 3 is now up for pre-order through a Crowd Supply […]

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Aiptek iBeamBlock is a modular mini PC, projector, and battery

As tech components get smaller and smaller, you can cram a lot of things into a tiny space. A few days ago I highlighted a new mini-desktop computer that also has a 7 inch touchscreen display and battery that lets you use it like a tablet… and a built-in projector that lets you display movies, […]

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Closer look at the Lenovo ThinkPad Stack Mobile Projector

Lenovo’s ThinkPad Stack line of accessories are a series of modules that you can stack on top of one another, allowing you to connect everything to a PC with a single cable. Last year the company launched the first few modules including a speaker and power bank. This year Lenovo is expanding the lineup with a […]

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Wibtek Q7 is a stackable mini PC (with projector, battery modules)

We’ve seen projects to build modular smartphones, tablets, and even smartwatches recently. But Chinese company Wibtek is showing off something a little different: a modular desktop PC with stackable components that let you add features including a an optical disc drive, battery, and projector. OK, you could make the case that most desktop PCs are modular, since […]

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Closer look at the Lenovo ThinkPad Stack modular notebook accessories

Lenovo’s ThinkPad Stack is a new system of laptop accessories that include a portable battery, hard drive, wireless access point, and Bluetooth speaker. What puts the Stack in their name is the way they’re designed to work together: you can stack these accessories on top of one another. Magnets make them click into place, and pogo pins […]