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Did I just received my UP AI Plus that I backed on Kickstarter?

Did I just received my UP AI Plus that I backed on Kickstarter?

Hi everyone, Today, I got a package with Up Tape in it: I’ve been expecting to receive my UP AI Plus that I backed on Kickstarter last year. The project got several delays due to Intel CPU shortages, but last week, I received a tracking number from AAEON, which makes the UP Board and this just popped up today. It initially should have been delivered on Thursday. I’ll be opening the box and seeing if this is definitely the UP…

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[4K Videos] Raspberry Pi Zero Unboxing, installing Raspbian, and running BOINC

[4K Videos] Raspberry Pi Zero Unboxing, installing Raspbian, and running BOINC

Hi everyone, A few months ago, I got the Raspberry Pi Zero. This is a very small computer but it is extremely cheap! I got it just to try it as I was curious to see how will it perform compared to the original Raspberry Pi. It performs really well, I think a little faster than the original Pi, but that could be because of the speed of the MicroSD card I’m using here. Anyway, here, you’ll see some videos…

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[4K Video] Unboxing the Canakit Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

[4K Video] Unboxing the Canakit Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

Hi everyone, A few months ago, I got the Canakit Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit. This kit comes with everything needed to get your Raspberry Pi 3 up and running. Included are the Raspberry Pi 3, AC Adapter, MicroSD Card with a USB Reader, a Case, HDMI Cable, Heatsinks, and several documentations. What I’m doing with my Raspberry Pi 3? I’m using it to run the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computer, or BOINC for short and mining Gridcoin. So,…

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[4K Videos] Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Computer Unboxing and Overview Videos

[4K Videos] Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Computer Unboxing and Overview Videos

Hi everyone, Today, I’m sharing with all of you my unboxing video and overview of the Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Computer. This is a great mini-computer with has an Intel Atom X5-Z8500 processor, Intel Graphics, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC Storage, Dual Band 2Ghz and 5Ghz Wifi, comes with Windows 10 64bit OS, has a USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, and an HDMI output. It also has a fingerprint reader and also has a battery so you can use it just…

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[4K] JaguarBoard, another Single Board Computer you may have not heard of

[4K] JaguarBoard, another Single Board Computer you may have not heard of

Hi everyone, It is time to show you yet another Single Board Computer (or SBC, for short). This time, I’ll show you the JaguarBoard. It is a little computer that houses an Intel Atom Z3735G clocked at 1.33Ghz with Turbo Boost to 1.83Ghz. It also has 1GB of RAM and 16GB eMMC Storage, which is perfect to install Windows 10 32bit Edition. However, installing Windows 10 is not straightforward since this machine has 2 different BIOS, of which one is…

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[4K] Unboxing the UP Board! Another Single Board Computer about the size of the Raspberry Pi

[4K] Unboxing the UP Board! Another Single Board Computer about the size of the Raspberry Pi

Hi everyone! So I finally got my UP Board! This is the 2GB of RAM and 32GB eMMC Storage. So far, I’m impressed with it. The CPU runs pretty cool at 1.66Ghz out of the stock 1.44Ghz, so that’s 222Mhz boost, and also the GPU runs at a constant 500MHz both at 100% when running BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing). The UP Board doesn’t come with an OS preinstalled, so you have to either install Linux or install…

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[4K] LattePanda – A cheap Windows 10 computer with Arduino integrated!

[4K] LattePanda – A cheap Windows 10 computer with Arduino integrated!

Hi everyone! Here I show you the LattePanda, which is a Single Board Computer with an Intel Atom X5-Z8300, an integrated Arduino Co-Processor and either 2GB of RAM with 32GB of eMMC Storage or 4GB of RAM with 64GB of eMMC Storage. If you plan on running BOINC and get rewarded with Gridcoin, this nice computer will nicely run BOINC. Enjoy the videos!

How To Install and Configure BOINC in the PINE 64 Single Board Computer

How To Install and Configure BOINC in the PINE 64 Single Board Computer

Hi everyone! On May 6, 2016 I received in my mail the PINE 64 Single Board Computer I backed up a few months on Kickstarter. My Pledge was for the PINE 64 2GB edition. First thing I did was to download and write the Ubuntu Xenial Longsleep build image to my 16GB MicroSD card (The image is almost 8GB in size). Get the Pine64 builds here: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A64_Software_Release Next think I did was to boot up the PINE 64, and the…

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