|If you are searching for an affordable and small yet powerful Linux computer, you may be interested in the new PocketBeagle Linux computer which offers just that for $29.95. The tiny computer is now available to purchase directly from the Adafruit online store and offers a powerful 1GHz AM3358 powered Linux single board computer with […]|
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| UP has unveiled a new single board computer building on the original mini PC launched by the company back in 2015 which was equipped with an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 Cherry Trail processor and was priced at around $100. The new UP Xtreme SoC is now capable of supporting up to 8th generation Intel Core […]|
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|EuroTile is a complete, compact modular synthesiser, constructed around the popular 1U Tile format. The complete analogue synthesiser offers the smallest modular footprint currently available and has been created by the team at Syinsi, based in Waterloo, Canada watch the demonstration video below to learn more about its construction, features and design. With pledges available […]|
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|Pirri has today revealed a new release candidate for the Raspberry Pi Strawberry4Pi Internet of Things controller, designed to make creating IoT projects using the Raspberry Pi simple as possible. The application and baseboard combined together allowing you to manage any electrical device. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the system which […]|
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|Micron has announced the launch of a new solid state drive (SSD) it has created and equipped with a new in-house controller, taking the form of the Micron 2200 Client NVMe SSD. New SSD is the first to use the new in-house client NVMe SSD controller and although it doesn’t provide the performance of enthusiast […]|
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|Early adopters looking to take advantage of the new Wi-Fi 6 wireless standard, will be pleased to know that Netgear has unveiled its new next-generation router in the form of the Wi-Fi 6 offering users Tri-band connectivity, 2.5 Gbps wired connections, and five gigabit Ethernet, at a price of $599 for the AX12 supporting 12 […]|
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|Atari has today made a new update on the highly anticipated Atari VCS console, announcing that the console will receive a hardware upgrade for its APU. Originally specified to be fitted with a Bristol Ridge A10 CPU alongside a Radeon R7 GPU, the console they’ll be upgrade to the latest AMD Ryzen and Vega architectures. […]|
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|The development team at Numato Lab has created the Aller Artix-7 FPGA Board with M.2 designed for development and integration of FPGA based accelerated features into other larger designs. Thanks to its standard 2280 M.2 form factor M-key slot the development board can be used with laptops, desktops, and servers. Aller features a Xilinx Artix-7 […]|
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|Adafruit has announced the arrival and availability of the Pimoroni Inky wHAT ePaper display which offers, black and white and can be easily added to your projects you provide a low-power screen. Priced at just under $65 the Pimoroni Inky wHAT expands on the original Inky pHAT. The latest ePaper display from Pimoroni now measures […]|
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|Kingston Technology has today introduced its new Data Center 500 Series SSDs range of storage which have been specifically optimised for read intensive applications, such as boot up, web servers, virtual desktop infrastructure, operational databases, real-time analytics and more. Available in capacities of 480GB, 960GB, 1.92TB and 3.84TB the new solid state drives offer “performance, […]|
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