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Meet PINE64, the World’s First $15 Open Source Gaming Machine That Runs Android and Linux

Meet PINE64, the World’s First $15 Open Source Gaming Machine That Runs Android and Linux

“PINE64 is an open source platform from both hardware to software. Our goal is to bring the most affordable 64-Bit computing solution to the world. Use the PINE64 to build your next computer, tablet, gaming device, media player, and just almost anything you can think of,” reads the project’s website.

Among the technical specifications of PINE64, we can mention a Quad-Core 64-bit A53 processor running at 1.2Ghz, up to 1GB DDR3 RAM, a Dual-Core Mali 400-MP2 GPU with 4K HDMI output, up to Gigabit Ethernet, two I/O expansion slots, two USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth 4.0, Wireless 801.11 b/g/n, as well as an expandable MicroSD slot. Tested with the Ubuntu Linux and OpenWrt operating systems, the XMBC Media Center, and openHAB.”

And really interesting, its price is around $15!

Source: Meet PINE64, the World’s First $15 Open Source Gaming Machine That Runs Android and Linux







 

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