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QUECTEL RG500Q IS A 5G SUB-6 GHZ LGA MODULE OPTIMIZED SPECIALLY FOR IOT

Quectel RG500Q is a series of 5G Sub-6 GHz LGA modules optimized specially for IoT and M2M applications. Adopting the 3GPP Rel-15 technology, it delivers maximum data rates up to 2.5 Gbps downlink and 900 Mbps uplink. It supports both 5G NSA and SA modes, Option 3x, 3a and Option 2 network architectures, which makes it …

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LapPi 2.0 modular Raspberry Pi laptop style workstation

If you are searching for a portable workstation enabling you to learn more about the Raspberry Pi platform or coding in general, you might be interested in a new modular system that allows you to tinker and connect a wide variety of different modules and hardware all in a compact portable battery-powered enclosure. Unlike a traditional laptop …

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Connect Raspberry Pi to laptop PC in 4 simple steps (internet too)

Step 1. Get all things ready to connect Raspberry Pi to laptop PC You will need: A working PC duh! (internet connection is not required if you have all other things ready) A Raspberry Pi (Zero, Raspberry Pi 2, Raspberry Pi 3, If you have other versions do yourself a favor and buy a new one here!) an …

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Raspberry Pi 400 laptop with 11.9-inch touchscreen LCD

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts interested in building their very own laptop using the Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer combined with a small 11.9-inch touchscreen LCD might be interested in a new project created by Sasaki published to the Hackster.io website this week by Kamaluddin Khan. The project uses the fantastic Raspberry Pi 400 computer system which is integrated into its …

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PRETTY PICO MACROPAD EASES TRANSITION BACK TO OFFICE

[Thomas “Mel” Maillioux] is no stranger to the custom mechanical keyboard game — and faced with having to return to the office, they decided to whip up a sweet little macropad to both commemorate the occasion and make work a bit easier. This cotton candy-colored block of beauty was designed to pay homage to [Mel]’s favorite joystick, …

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AT LAST! A CYBERDECK YOU MIGHT WANT TO USE

Cyberdecks make for interesting projects, some are a bit rough while others are beautiful, but it’s maybe something that even the most ardent enthusiast might agree — these home-made portable computers aren’t always the most convenient to use. Thus we’re very pleased to see this machine from [TRL], as it takes the cyberdeck aesthetic and renders it …

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HIGH DEMAND FOR IMAGE PROCESSING SYSTEMS IN THE MEDICAL SECTOR

Health has become the dominant topic worldwide. Research and development to protect the physical well-being of each individual as well as the entire population have an unprecedented significance. More than ever, laboratories and pharmaceutical companies are striving to accelerate their processes, for example by increasing the throughput of tests or speeding up the production and …

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WHEN DELL BUILT A NETBOOK WITH AN X86 SYSTEM-ON-MODULE

Just like with pre-touchscreen cellphones having fancy innovative features that everyone’s forgotten about, there’s areas that laptop manufacturers used to venture in but no longer dare touch. On Twitter, [Kiwa] talks a fascinating attempt by Dell to make laptops with user-replaceable CPU+RAM modules. In 2008, Dell released the Inspiron Mini 1210, with its CPU, chipset and …

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