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ROCK PI E SBC FEATURES ROCKCHIP RK3328, WITH 64BITS QUAD CORE PROCESSOR

In the past, we have seen some Rockchip boards from Radxa, like the Rock pi N10(RK3399Pro) and the Rock PiS powered by the RK3308 Cortex-A35 processor. Now, Radxa has launched a Rock Pi E SBC, which is a Rockchip RK3328 based SBC. It is equipped with a 64bits quad core processor, USB 3.0, dual ethernet, wireless connectivity at the size of 2.5×2.2 inch (56x65mm), making it …

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RK3399 COMPUTE MODULE AND CARRIER FOLLOW 96BOARDS SOM SPEC

Geniatech and Linaro announced a “SOM 3399” module that adopts the 96Boards SOM spec and runs Linux on a Rockchip RK3399. There’s also a “CBD96-3399” carrier for the module. Linaro Ltd, the open source collaborative engineering organization developing software for the Arm® ecosystem, and 96Boards Manufacturing Partner Geniatech today announced the launch of another Rockchip …

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NANOPI M4B – ANOTHER ARM BOARD POWERED BY ROCKCHIP RK3399

FriendlyELEC is releasing another revision of NanoPi M4 with NanoPi M4B combining some of the features of M4 and M4V2 boards such as DDR3 memory and power & recovery buttons. The new NanoPi M4B is an RK3399 SoC (6 core ARM Cortex-A72/A53) based ARM board as its successors. It has the same form of factor as the Raspberry Pi B3+ and has …

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THE NEW ORANGE PI 4 HAS TWO NEW VARIANTS WITH RK3399

Shenzhen Xunlong has released introductory specs for a Rockchip RK3399 based Orange Pi 4 SBC. It is seemed to be smaller, more affordable than the Orange Pi RK3399, faster and more feature-rich than the Orange Pi 3. There is also an Orange Pi 4B variant which adds a Lightspeeur 2801S AI chip. The new Orange Pi 4 utilizes the same RK3399 SoC as the …

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VAMRS RELEASES TOYBRICK RK3399PRO SBC & CHEAPER $69 RK3399 BASED ROCK960 SBC

Vamrs has launched their “Toybrick RK3399Pro” SBC that runs Linux or Android on the AI-enabled RK3399Pro. A cheaper Model C version of its RK3399 based Rock960 SBC is also released. 96rocks, Vamr’s community site announced that the TB-RK3399Pro is currently available only from Rockchip in Fuzhou, China, but Vamrs is willing to ship a small number of oversea orders. …

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A Blend of Two Worlds – A SBC and a System-on-Module Powered by Rockchip RK3399

The Rasberry Pi 3 and other boards like the Asus Tinker Board are Single Board Computers (SBCs) that gives the user the full power of a computer without the need of any external parts. SBC offers a ready-to-use embedded development platform and helps to accelerate the time to market for a new product with mitigating risks. …

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ICNexus’s SBC3100 Runs Linux On Rockchip RK3399 SoC

Taiwan-based ICNexus’ latest entry with Rockchip RK3399 SoC, SBC3100 joins the growing list of high-end SBCs. It features the high-end SoC to provide an extensive feature list. However, it is not publicly priced and appears to be a proprietary product, such as Aaeon’s Pico-ITX based RICO-3399. ICNexus announced the SBC3100 back in 2017, the SBC3100 was showcased at …

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OpenEmbed Releases em3399 Rockchip RK3399 SoM plus an Evaluation Kit

The RK3399 processor from Rockchip has seen adoption in some boards in recent times. The Rockchip RK3399 processor has been deployed on boards like the Odroid-N1 board, Firefly’s Firefly-RK3399, the Theobroma RK3399-Q7 SoM, and more recently the Shenzhen Xunlong’s Orange Pi RK3399. The RK3399 is a low power, a high-performance processor for computing, personal mobile internet devices, and …

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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 Odroid-N1 board. The boards can be expected to launch for about $110 in May or …

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