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Orange Pi: A 64-bit quad-core computer for $20

Orange Pi: A 64-bit quad-core computer for $20 | ZDNet  #IoT

  • Orange Pi has a new single-board quad-core 64-bit computer capable of running Android 4.4, Ubuntu, Debian, Banana Pi, and Raspberry Pi images called the Orange Pi PC 2 .
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  • Now it buys you an entire single-board computer.
  • Just as desktops replaced computers that used to fill an entire room, and laptops, tablets, and smartphones have pushed desktops aside, single-board computers are now in a position where they can take over tasks from other devices.
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Remember when $20 wouldn’t buy you a keyboard? Now it buys you an entire single-board computer.

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Just as desktops replaced computers that used to fill an entire room, and laptops, tablets, and smartphones have pushed desktops aside, single-board computers are now in a position where they can take over tasks from other devices.

And they’re cheap.

Orange Pi has a new single-board quad-core 64-bit computer capable of running Android 4.4, Ubuntu, Debian, Banana Pi, and Raspberry Pi images called the Orange Pi PC 2.

What you can get this board to do is pretty much only limited by your imagination. Turn it into a tiny computer, or a wireless router, or a wireless speaker, or even a remote weather station.

Orange Pi: A 64-bit quad-core computer for $20