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COMPACT NANOPI NEO3 SBC FROM FRIENDLYELEC RUNS LINUX ON RK3328 AND SELLS FOR 20

COMPACT NANOPI NEO3 SBC FROM FRIENDLYELEC RUNS LINUX ON RK3328 AND SELLS FOR $20+

The recently launched NanoPi Neo3 from FriendlyElec is a single board computer that runs Linux on a quad-core Cortex-A53 Rockchip RK3328 and has 1 or 2GB DDR4, Gigabit Ethernet port, USB 3.0, and a wide operating range of -20 0C to 70 0C. Like most of the earlier released Neo models from FriendlyElec, the new Neo3 SBC is a headless board […]

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ODROID H2 SBC FEATURES CELERON J4115 PROCESSOR UPGRADE AND DUAL 2.5GBE NETWORKING PORTS

ODROID-H2+ SBC FEATURES CELERON J4115 PROCESSOR UPGRADE, AND DUAL 2.5GBE NETWORKING PORTS

In November 2018, Hrdkernel announced the  ODROID H2 as a “new generation of single-board computers.” However, despite its success, they could not ship enough of them to satisfy the demand due to the Intel Gemini Lake J4105 CPU supply shortage. Due to the shortage of the ODROID H2, the Odriod-H2+ was introduced, which has a slightly faster CPU, and will ship in

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TORADEX I.MX 8X BASED SYSTEM ON MODULES GAIN AWS CERTIFICATION AND SUPPORT FOR TORIZON EMBEDDED LINUX

TORADEX I.MX 8X-BASED SYSTEM ON MODULES GAIN AWS CERTIFICATION AND SUPPORT FOR TORIZON EMBEDDED LINUX

Toradex is now bringing Torizon, its easy-to-use industrial Linux software platform, to its System on Modules (SoMs) based on the i.MX 8X applications processors from NXP®. Toradex offers the i.MX 8X-based SoMs in two form factors: the small Colibri iMX8X and the powerful Apalis iMX8X, with optional ECC memory. Toradex was among the first few partners to be part

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Arduino foot switch

Use foot switch to open Linux terminal using an Arduino

So here is how i made my foot pedal used to start Linux terminal using an Arduino. It’s made because I am board of pressing the terminal icon with my mouse. P.S. Sorry for my English. I am from Croatia. Tools needed: -Soldering iron and some solder -Wire clippers or any other cutting tool -Screwdriver

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Yun Shield

Add Linux, WiFi, Ethernet and USB to Arduino

Web site: http://www.dragino.com/products/yunshield/item/86-yun-shield.html Project Summary: The model of this shield named Yun Shield, the feature of this shield is as its name. User can add this shield into Arduino (Leonardo, UNO, MEGA2560 etc) and “turn” the Arduino into device which has similiar features as Arduino Yun: support remote upgrade and use the Bridge library. With

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PICO ITX RK39 BOARD RUNS LINUX OR ANDROID

PICO-ITX RK39 BOARD RUNS LINUX OR ANDROID

IEI launched its Pico-ITX Hyper-RK39 SBC board that runs Ubuntu or Android on a Rockchip RK3399 and comes with 2GB RAM, 16B eMMC, dual and 4K display support, GbE, WiFi/BT, and optional LTE. The Rockchip RK3399 is popular among community hacker boards like the recent NanoPi Neo4. Commercial board vendors are trying out the somewhat x86 like Arm SoC. First of

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VERSALOGIC RELEASES LOW COST INTEL BAY TRAIL SBC

VERSALOGIC RELEASES LOW-COST INTEL BAY TRAIL SBC

VersaLogic has released a rugged, PC/104-Plus form-factor “SandCat” SBC with a dual-core Intel Bay Trail SoC, -40 to 85℃ support, plus SATA, GbE, mini-PCIe and more, with starting price of $370 in volume. VersaLogic has created a simpler, more affordable alternative to its BayCat single board computer, which similarly offers a Linux supported Intel Bay Trail SoC in a PC/104-Plus form-factor

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Arduino Yun SBC adds Wifi and Linux to Leonardo features

Arduino Yun SBC adds Wifi and Linux to Leonardo features

[Updated Sep 30] — Arduino announced the first open source Arduino hacker board with built-in WiFi, and also the first to run Linux. The $69 Arduino Yun integrates the functions of an Arduino Leonardo, featuring an Atmel ATmega32U4 microcontroller and 14 GPIO pins, with an Atheros AR9331 WiFi SOC running OpenWRT embedded Linux on a

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