Mi Mini PC – The World’s Most Powerful Pocket-Sized PC
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Mi Mini PC – The World’s Most Powerful Pocket-Sized PC

Change is constant and accepted by most people if not all. The Evolution of the digital computer has been continuous, technological advancement brought minicomputers, microcomputers, and even notepads. It also brought the invention of smartphones and tablets, but all these gadgets which...

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NXP i.MX8M SoC Powered ArmStone MX8M Pico-ITX SBC Runs Linux With 8GB LPDDR4 RAM
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NXP i.MX8M SoC Powered ArmStone MX8M Pico-ITX SBC Runs Linux With 8GB LPDDR4 RAM

F&S Elektronik Systeme has unveiled its latest Pico-ITX format (100 x 72mm) SBC named ArmStone™MX8M. This board is powered by the NXP i.MX processor. Preliminary shipping will not until Q2 of this year. The new ArmStone™MX8M is available with dual or quad-core...

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Odroid-N1 Features Gigabit Ethernet And Can Run Android 7.1, Ubuntu, Debian
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Odroid-N1 Features Gigabit Ethernet And Can Run Android 7.1, Ubuntu, Debian

The Rockchip RK3399 has revolutionized the open-spec single-board computer world. Hardkernel's new Odroid project has made the multi-core SoC RK3399 to firm it's grip further. Recently Hardkernel released images, specs, and extensive benchmarks on a prototype for its storage-oriented new...

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Spectrum Next, A New of ZX Spectrum
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Spectrum Next, A New of ZX Spectrum

In 1982, the UK's best selling computer, ZX Spectrum, was released by Sinclair as 8-bit personal home computer highlighting the machine's color display. And today, a group of makers are introducing the Spectrum Next, an updated and enhanced version of ZX Spectrum. The Spectrum...

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Open source 25-core processor can be stringed into a 200,000-core computer
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Open source 25-core processor can be stringed into a 200,000-core computer

Researchers at Princeton University have built a 25-core chip that can scaled easily to create a 200,000-core computer. by Agam Shah @ pcworld.com: It won’t happen anytime soon, but that’s one possible usage scenario for Piton. The chip is designed to be flexible and quickly...

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Building a “$5 Forth computer”
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Building a “$5 Forth computer”

Ken Boak has designed a tiny 16-bit computer around a FRAM based MSP430 microcontroller. He writes: In this post we look at a new MSP430 FRAM based device – the MSP430FR2433. It has 15K of FRAM, 0.5K of Info FRAM and 4K bytes of SRAM. As well as the memory, there are 3 serial...

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SCIO: The Fun New Way To Learn Coding, Computers and STEM
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SCIO: The Fun New Way To Learn Coding, Computers and STEM

A new board that aims to fill an education gap for programmable boards is on kickstarter. SCIO enables anyone, without the need of previous experience, to experiment with electronics and coding and build various projects based on onboard sensors, work on the cloud, make light shows and...

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PINE A64, First $15 64-Bit Single Board Super Computer
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PINE A64, First $15 64-Bit Single Board Super Computer

PINE A64 is the world's first 64-bit expandable Quad Core 1.2Ghz supercomputer, tablet, media center, and more... starting at just $15. PINE A64 is not only a computer, it is a super affordable 64-bit high performance expandable single board computer (SBC). Whether you are an IT...

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