The $39 hackable “pcDuino3Nano” SBC runs Android or Ubuntu on a dual-core Allwinner A20 SoC, and offers GbE, HDMI, and 3x USB, plus Arduino-style expansion. It appears we have a new price/performance standout in the open source single board computer game. Longmont, Colorado based LinkSprite Technologies, which hosts the open source project for Allwinner-based pcDuino SBCs, has[…]
The distributor of pcDuino in Netherlands attend MakerFaire, 2014. pcDuino is a mini PC platform that runs PC like OS such as Ubuntu and Android ICS. It outputs screen to HDMI, So cool as the picture show, just like a telephone, such wonderful device, I could’t help to Screaming for this wonderful baby. Thank you very[…]
pcDuino’s Owen and Alvin traveled to Korean to attend Korean Makerfaire 2014.
We did a fourth pcDuino Sweepstakes on Twitter Account (@pcDuino) on 9/19/2014 for the week of 9/13/2014. A python script was used to randomly pick three persons. For this week, the winner is @darth7 good luck to you! And please send your address and telephone to my email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Linksprite recently announced PcDuino3 Nano development board powered by AllWinner A20 dual core processor. PcDuino3 Nano is, as you can expect, a smaller and cheaper version the company’s PcDuino3 board without Wi-Fi module, LVDS header, and I2S interface. The board does not appear to support Li-Po batteries either, but it adds one extra USB host port compared to its big[…]
The makers of the recently-launched pcDuino3 single board computer are already working on a next-generation model with a more powerful processor. LinkSprite and Allwinner have announced that the upcoming pcDuino8 will features an Allwinner A80 octa-core processor. The pcDuino platform combines the features of a Raspberry Pi-like single board computer or developer board with support for Arduino shields for adding customizable[…]
he pcDuino3 is a single-board computer that sells for $77, runs Android or Ubuntu Linux, and features a dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor. But it doesn’t look like your typical computer, since it lacks a case. So meet the pcDuino3S. It’s basically the same system, but in a steel case. The pcDuino3S is available from LinkSprite for $99. The[…]
LinkSprite announced today the company launched a $39 single board computer, pcDuino3 nano, a new addition to its pcDuino family. As a leader in the open source hardware community, LinkSprite’s goal is to help students, hobbyists and professionals make new things, especially projects and products involving both software and hardware. “We are very excited about[…]
The makers of the pcDuino line of products offer several small, low-power single-board computers with ARM processors and support for Arduino Shields. The latest model is the smallest (and cheapest) to date. The pcDuino3 nano is now available for $39. This tiny computer features an Allwinner A20 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor with support for Android and Linux. It features[…]
On 09/13/2014, teamed with our partner at uniDAP, pcDuino’s Jingfeng made a presentation in Brisbane Hackerspace. Thanks Victor, and folks at HSBNE for the arrangement and fruitful discussions.