Monday, August 2

raspberry pi

Computación, Ofertas, PICO-TGU4, raspberry pi

This mini PC is like a Raspberry Pi, but with a Core i7 | Digital Trends Spanish

The Raspberry Pi now have a new competitor to worry about. Its about Aaeon PICO-TGU4, a complete computer within a small plate, with the exception that this model is much more powerful (and more expensive) than the traditional Raspberries. The PICO-TGU4, starting, comes with processors in another range. The options are an Intel Celeron, a Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7, all 11th generation and in system-on-a-chip (SoC). This translates into a smaller chip than the common one and that consumes much less power; without going any further, this processor is from the U family, which traditionally appears in ultrabooks or low-power notebooks. The motherboard has support for up to 32 GB of RAM memory type LPDDR4X, in addition to HDMI 2.0 output ports, SATA port, m.2 port, two USB, a PCI-e and...
Apple, Computación, iMac, Michael Pick, miniatura, Noticias, raspberry pi

This is how they created the “smallest iMac in the world” Digital Trends Spanish

From the same creator of "the smallest gaming computer in the world" now comes "the smallest iMac in the world." The person in charge of this genius of the jibarización is the designer, engineer and lover of the miniatures, Michael Pick, informs The Verge. Pick went up a video to his popular YouTube channel - called "The Casual Engineer" - where he shows step by step the manufacturing process of the tiny iMac. The audiovisual record includes the design of the project, the 3D printing of the different parts (the case, for example) and the adjustment of the Raspberry Pi (board that powers the computer) in an attempt to make it "as thin as possible". Side note for the Raspberry Pi which is essentially a credit card sized PC featuring a quad core processor, dual band wirele...
Apple, Computación, iMac, Michael Pick, miniatura, Noticias, raspberry pi

This is how they created “the smallest iMac in the world” Digital Trends Spanish

From the same creator of "the world's smallest gaming computer" now comes "the world's smallest iMac." The person in charge of this genius of the jibarización is the designer, engineer and lover of the miniatures Michael Pick, informs The Verge. Pick went up a video to his popular YouTube channel - called "The Casual Engineer" - in which he shows step by step the manufacturing process of the tiny iMac. The audiovisual record includes the design of the project, the 3D printing of the different parts (the case, for example) and the adjustment of the Raspberry Pi (board that powers the computer) in an attempt to make it "as thin as possible". Side note for the Raspberry Pi, which is essentially a credit card-sized PC featuring a quad-core processor, dual-band wireless LAN,...