Rock Pi 4 Model B (4GB)

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  • 04/30/2020 @ 5:26 pm

What has made SBCs so great for projects is their affordable prices, ease of use, and a friendly, resourceful community to tap into. However, these boards have struggled with more general-purpose tasks such as web browsing, media playback, and compute-intensive processes. This has made them not ideal as a regular... Read more »


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  • 04/23/2020 @ 3:29 pm

F-Secure Foundry has designed a powerful, open-source, USB-sized computer for security nerds and enthusiasts alike. The USB Armory MKII is a sleek, open-source SoC computer that packs quite a punch for its thumb drive size. This Linux computer has a 16GB eMMC, a standard microSD card slot, dual USB-C ports,... Read more »

Elegoo Uno R3

Have you been reading these board reviews, meaning to get started, but never got around to it? Want to get everything you need for the first step of trying out building your own gizmo? And the second step? And the tenth step? And… Elegoo’s printer resins are the refill of... Read more »

Adafruit Clue nRF52840 Express with Bluetooth LE

One of the things I love about Adafruit’s popular Circuit Playground is that it has enough sensors, lights, and inputs to really do a lot with it without having to add accessories. Now their latest release, the Clue, takes this concept to another level. Packed with a staggering amount of... Read more »

DFRobot Romeo V2

DFRobot’s Romeo is the heart of a robot on a single board. Many the starter robotics project has been launched around the Arduino, but inevitably, you have to turn around and build on an H-bridge or similar add-on to let the power-sipping controller drive the power-hungry motors that will move... Read more »

M5StickC+ Development Kit With Hat

The M5StickC+ Development Kit with Hat is such a darling little kit. It’s a mouthful to say, but the thing itself is frankly adorable. The M5StickC+ is a boxy little bundle of possibilities, battery included, mounted on a wristwatch band so you bring it with you. This is maximum nerd... Read more »

OpenMV Cam H7

OpenMV aims to make machine vision as easy as Arduino made microcontrollers. They supply a small camera and microcontroller with MV software already loaded. At last, you can make projects that react to events in the real world just by seeing things happening. What CAN it do? You could… Tell... Read more »

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