• Shuttle's new XPC nano PCs run on ARM

    4 days ago - By The Verge

    Whenever I buy a Raspberry Pi I like to tell myself I'll do all sorts of cool projects with it and reinvent the face of IoT, but usually I just end up with a cheap, underpowered ARM computer that runs Linux and never takes advantage of all the I/O pins.
    The new Shuttle XPC nano NS02A and NS02E cut through the lies I tell myself and simply offer a relatively high-powered ARM chip in a fairly small box. Android 5.1 is pre-installed, so that's lame, but hopefully you can get regular Linux up and running without much hassle.
    The $150-ish machines both run on a Rockchip RK3368 octa-core...
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  • Shuttle launches two Android/Rockchip Mini PCs for under $150 each

    Shuttle launches two Android/Rockchip Mini PCs for under $150 each

    4 days ago - By Liliputing

    Shuttle has added two new tiny computers to its XPC nano line of products. The Shuttle XPC nano NS02A and NS02E both measure 5.6″ x 5.6″ x 1.1″ and feature fanless designs and power consumption of just 5 watts. But while most Shuttle computers are designed for Intel processors, the new models are both powered [...]
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