Single Board computers, created as an affordable solution for teaching programming, in recent years, the increasingly use. On the basis of their enthusiasts collect handheld game consoles, robots, home media centers and even mini-laptops, but not all have the power of the Raspberry Pi. The company ASUS decided to release a rival to the popular single-Board microcomputer — Tinker Board, which also targets the IT-enthusiasts. The novelty is equipped with a processor Rockchip RK3288 Quad core ARM Cortex-A17 (clock frequency 1.8 GHz), graphics Mali-T764, 2 GB of RAM LPDDR3. For comparison, the Raspberry Pi 3 only 1 GB of RAM, and a processor Broadcom BCM2837 with 4 x Cortex A53 and a clock frequency of 1.2 GHZ.
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