Mini

New Mini PC Powered by China’s Zhaoxin x86 CPU

A small-form-factor PC featuring the Chinese-made Zhaoxin KX-6640MA processor, a reminder that AMD and Intel aren’t the only game in town any more, has appeared for sale (and is sold out) on Shopee Indonesia, where it was spotted by CNX Software.

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The Beelink LZX

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The Beelink LZX

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The KX-6640MA is a quad-core X86 processor that runs at 2.1 GHz base clock and 2.6 GHz boost clock with a 4MB cache, a 25W TDP and C-960 integrated graphics that support 4K output. Alongside this sits 8GB of DDR4, upgradable to 64GB, a

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Seeed Debuts Wio RP2040 Mini Wireless Dev Board

Just this week, Seeed has debuted a brand new, not-yet-available, wireless Raspberry Pi RP2040 board called the Wio RP2040 mini Dev Board.

This new mini Dev board is the first third-party board to feature both the RP2040 chip and wireless support. The first partner board to feature WiFi, Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect was released mere hours ago. It’s unconfirmed but this may be the same RP2040 Wi-Fi board teased in an announcement by Seeed a couple of months ago.

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Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry Pi

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Powered by the ‘Pi Silicon’ RP2040,

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The Lavie Mini is a modern netbook that doubles as a game console

With tablets and full-size laptops as pervasive as they are, it can be easy to forget that — for a few years there, at least — netbooks were all the rage. And why wouldn’t they be? What they lacked in pure power, they made up for with portability and cost-effectiveness. It’s no wonder some people get nostalgic over them; we just didn’t expect them to be in a position to pitch new products at Lenovo. Enter the NEC Lavie Mini: a sort of modern take on the classic netbook that, with the right accessories, doubles as a Switch-style game

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