There’s been a lot of speculation from the SBC community about what the Raspberry Pi 4 will look like and the Raspberry Pi Foundation has really kept the lid on it. However, I was recently given a pretty honorable opportunity. To road-test a prototype of the Raspberry Pi 4. Yeah! Wow! Continue reading The Raspberry Pi 4 has landed! A sneak peak prototype review.
The NanoPi NEO4 is probably the smallest RK3399 based SBC on the market currently. Does it have enough to take on the competition? Find out in this video. Continue reading NanoPi NEO4: Smallest RK3399 SBC. What is real, NEO? // Review
The Orange Pi RK3399 is yet another board to join the ranks of RockChip RK3399 based SBCs. In true Orange Pi fashion, they give you everything, but is this SBC worth it? Continue reading Orange Pi RK3399: HDMI recording on a budget // Review
An SBC that’s not really an SBC. Based on the NationalChip GX6605S, it runs a tiny Linux with a very small component count, but is it too cool to be usable? Continue reading The C-Sky SBC: Pi in the Sky? // Review
In this review I take a look at one of the newer members of the Khadas family; The Khadas Edge and Khadas Captain.
This board has some pretty interesting power management but, unfortunately, I saw the return of the magic smoke genie. Continue reading The Khadas Edge: A new captain with an edge // Review
The LattePanda Alpha SBC is a bit of a beast not only in horse power, but in price. In this video I look at benchmarks on Windows, Linux and OSX and give my perspective on why LattePanda made a big mistake. Continue reading LattePanda Alpha: The big mistake? // Review
In this article I’ll be taking a look at the newly released NanoPC-T4 from the friendliest SBC makers on the market. I’ll be running through the usual lineup of tests that I do, but I reckon this board deserves two articles. So, this is Part 1. Continue reading NanoPC-T4: No room for anything else. // Review
The ODROID XU4 is one of the few octo-core SBCs, that’s been around for a while now, but how good is it? Continue reading ODROID XU4: An SBC on `roids // Review
So, I’ve been playing around with a bunch of the new Pi 3B pluses for a week now. Do I think the upgrade is worth it? Find out in this quick review. Continue reading Raspberry Pi 3B+: Should you upgrade? // Review
It’s been a while since the Rock64 was released into the wild for hackers, but 8 months on, how good is this board looking? Let’s find out. Continue reading Rock64: Cheap and rock solid // Review
So, you’ve gotten to the stage where you want to build your own PCB? This is a two part video taking a look at EasyEDA who seem to be doing a good job of making things easy for you. Continue reading Making a PCB using EasyEDA. // Review
The EspressoBin is being marketed as a different type of SBC. How different is it and is that difference what you want? Find out in this video. Continue reading The EspressoBin: Something completely different? // Review