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    Phoronix: Libre Computer's Tritium Is A Line Of Low-Cost Allwinner ARM Boards

    In addition to Le Potato and Renegade, another line-up of ARM boards being offered by Libre Computer is Tritium. The Libre Computer Tritium boards are Allwinner-based boards with options from the H2+ for IoT use-cases, the H3 as a mid-range offering, or H5 for a better-performing ARM board that is well supported by the open-source Linux community.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=26830

  • #2
    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    - ALL-H3-CC H2+ - ALL-H3-CC H3 - ALL-H3-CC H5 - AML-S905X-CC Le Potato - Firefly ROC-RK3328-CC - Jetson TX2 - ODROID-C2 - Pine64 1GB - Raspberry Pi 2 B - Raspberry Pi 3 B - Raspberry Pi 3 B+ - Socionext Developerbox - Tinker Board
    Where are the line breaks? Or is this intentional?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

      Where are the line breaks? Or is this intentional?
      Should be fixed now, thanks. They got malformed on an edit.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #4
        Not very enticing at that price. The C2 is a mere 7$ more but consistently faster, and in many cases - significantly so, and more feature rich.

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        • #5
          libre computer lists opengl es among specs, but fails to mentions that it is not libre at all

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          • #6
            For IoT purposes, I don't care much for performance, but really looking for something that has native PoE support. Hoping to find a Pi look alike that has it built in (the Pi3 PoE hat is too big and covers a lot of pins).

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            • #7
              Small, cheap boards. Still... USB 2.0? 512MB of RAM? What year is it? Do they also have a floppy disk drive controller? Do they at least support CGA screens? Can you use anything newer than Red Hat 1.0?

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              • #8
                Michael,
                It would be interesting to test, the RockPro64

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                • #9
                  Can anyone suggest a SBC which doesn't include eMMC and just has NOR/NAND raw access?
                  To me, eMMC is comfortable for tinkering, but not many embedded devices use eMMC for real storage of system software.

                  Edit: That also has good Linux support.

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                  • #10
                    I would love to see a RISC-V board (other than 10k USD Si-Five board).

                    Or a high-end ARM board comparable to those founds in smartphones, such as the Snapdragon 845, Exynos 9 or Kirin 970.
                    With features like ARMv8 64-bit DynamIQ, USB 3, LPDDR4, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet, various sensors.

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