52Pi NVMe HATs for Pi 5 will Support 2230, 2242, 2260, and 2280 Sizes SSDs
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52Pi NVMe HATs for Pi 5 will Support 2230, 2242, 2260, and 2280 Sizes SSDs

52Pi recently launched two NVMe M.2 SSD HATs for the Raspberry Pi 5, called N04 and N05. It supports a range of NVMe SSDs like 2230, 2242, 2260, and 2280, with Gen 3 speeds. Additional features include cooling vents, slots for display/camera cables, and a gold-plated PCB for better...

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Renesas Introduces RZ/G3S: Power-Efficient SoC for IoT Edge with Advanced Connectivity
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Renesas Introduces RZ/G3S: Power-Efficient SoC for IoT Edge with Advanced Connectivity

RZ/G3S 64-bit MPU for IoT Edge and Gateway Devices Renesas has introduced the RZ/G3S, a new addition to its RZ/G microprocessor family, tailored for the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market. This system-on-chip (SoC) features a single Arm Cortex-A55 core alongside two Cortex-M33...

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Introducing Aetina’s New MXM GPU Series: Harnessing NVIDIA’s Ada Technology for Enhanced Performance
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Introducing Aetina’s New MXM GPU Series: Harnessing NVIDIA’s Ada Technology for Enhanced Performance

Aetina has introduced its latest MXM GPU series, leveraging NVIDIA's advanced Ada Lovelace architecture. This new lineup, comprising the MX2000A-VP, MX3500A-SP, and MX5000A-WP, is tailored to address growing demands for real-time ray tracing and AI-powered graphics across diverse...

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Banana Pi BPI-F3 De Board – Featuring 8-Core RISC-V K1 Processor with Up to 16GB LPDDR4/4X RAM Support
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Banana Pi BPI-F3 De Board – Featuring 8-Core RISC-V K1 Processor with Up to 16GB LPDDR4/4X RAM Support

The Banana Pi BPI-F3 Dev Board, developed by SpacemiT Technologies Ltd., is a compact development board developed by the RISC-V Foundation's RVA22 standards. The 8-core RISC-V K1 chip powers it and features 16GB of RAM and a 2.0 TOPs NPU, among many others. Previously, we have covered...

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Introducing the Banana Pi BPI-M4 Zero: A Versatile Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Alternative
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Introducing the Banana Pi BPI-M4 Zero: A Versatile Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Alternative

In the ever-expanding world of single-board computers (SBCs), the Banana Pi BPI-M4 Zero emerges as a compelling alternative to the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, boasting a familiar form factor with enhanced features and performance. Built on the Allwinner H618 platform, this diminutive yet...

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A new addition to the Arduino Nano family: Nano ESP32
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A new addition to the Arduino Nano family: Nano ESP32

Arduino Nano boards are one of the most widely used prototyping boards. There is a classical version of Nano and more advanced ones like Nano 33 IoT, BLE Sense Rev2, RP2040, and many more. For those who use these boards, we have great news. Arduino just released a new addition to their...

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Introducing the ESP32-C61: Advanced Features and Compatibility for IoT Development
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Introducing the ESP32-C61: Advanced Features and Compatibility for IoT Development

Espressif Systems, a prominent manufacturer of system-on-chip (SoC) solutions for IoT (Internet of Things) applications, has announced the impending launch of the ESP32-C61. This SoC is designed to meet the increasing demand for advanced Wi-Fi 6 capabilities alongside Bluetooth 5...

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Project-piCo is an Open-Sourced Raspberry Pi Pico with a USB Type-C Port
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Project-piCo is an Open-Sourced Raspberry Pi Pico with a USB Type-C Port

Sam Hocevar's Project-piCo is an open-source Raspberry Pi Pico board with a USB Type-C port. In a Reddit post, Hocevar explains I really wanted a Type-C connector on my Pico H, and I wanted it even more when I found out that the device was released less than 5 years ago and it still...

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