Asus has reported the dispatch of the Tinker Board, a charge card estimated PC that has its sights set solidly on the Raspberry Pi.
The Asus Tinker Board is an indistinguishable size from the 10-million-offering Raspberry Pi at 3.4in x 2.4in. Notwithstanding, it has more power than its adversary on account of its higher-spec quad-center 1.8GHz Rockchip processor that is fit for playing 4K video with 24-bit sound.
The Tinker Board likewise packs 2GB Dual channel LPDDR3 RAM (contrasted with the Pi's 1GB), an HDMI 2.0 port, four USB 2.0 ports, Gigabit LAN, Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi. There's likewise a 40-stick inside header with 28 GPIO pins, which implies the Tinker Board can be utilized to make the Internet of Things (IoT) gadgets.
It accompanies Asus' own product, which is a variation of Debian Linux and like the Raspberry Pi's OS. Nonetheless, the Tinker Board's OS offers to bolster for Kodi, and Hexus reports that Asus wants to grow the present OS bolster with any semblance of Ubuntu and openSUSE.
What's more, this board has 4K bolster, higher SoC execution, speedier Ethernet transmission, and adaptability for the memory estimate."
The Asus Tinker Board is accessible for £55, making it more costly than the £34 Raspberry Pi and £4 Raspberry Pi Zero. It's additionally presently appearing as out of stock, so you may have a wait staring you in the face in case you're hoping to lift one up.
Remarking on the dispatch, Asus stated: "Raspberry Pi has been in the market for so long, we're here to extend clients' decisions with additional.Asus Support Number
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