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Khadas VIM4 Raspberry Pi Competitor Has 8 Cores, Wi-Fi 6 and PCIE M.2


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The VIM4 packs an Amlogic A311D2 octa-core processor, 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM, its Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, the 4K/60 HDMI input and output, plus independent USB 3.0 and PCIe (via M.2 socket) interfaces. This successor to the Khadas VIM3 ($120) will launch on May 10, and has just started to go around the review circuit. Sadly we will have to wait for launch day for pricing.

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I didn't realize there was serious competition to the Raspberry Pie. Not as cheap, but pretty impressive specs. Would make a great emulation device. 

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On 29/04/2022 at 09:17, UltraMega said:

I didn't realize there was serious competition to the Raspberry Pie. Not as cheap, but pretty impressive specs. Would make a great emulation device. 

Most of these project end up failing or have a too small community to have good OS support but their is many board around.

 

It getting interesting. Just got myself a Lenovo Duet 5 13.3 tablet with arm cpu. And this thing so fast for a 8 core arm and a 1080p oled.

 

Those arm computer are the future if intel/amd doesnt reduce pricing and improve power consumption.

 

My pentium N4020 is sluggish compared to my duet 5. 

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I kinda sorta maybe really would like one

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