Anyone looking for an extraordinarily small Linux mini PC might be interested in the new AsiaRF Linux mini PC which has this week launched over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website looking to raise $6,000 to make the jump from concept into production.
The AsiaRF mini PC has been designed to offer developers, makers and hobbyists with a low-cost embedded Linux mini PC which supports both wireless and Ethernet connectivity.
The tiny AsiaRF Linux mini PC is priced at just $15 and is equipped with a low heat AWM002. Which is a module based on the Ralink RT5350 with 32MB of RAM and 8MB of flash, with Ethernet and 802.11N support included in the tiny package. Its creators explain a little more :
“AsiaRF has more than 10 years dedicated in WiFi area. In beginning we generated WiFi high RF power USB, and later on get into WiFi router field. As we found out Internet of Things, there are many applications can do with router IC, we started to design a AP router module as small as we can.
This tiny base board will be 2.7 x 3.5 cm (1.06 x 1.38 inches). There are RJ45, USB type A for USB host, Micro USB for 5V electronic power in. The base board will have some pins can be linked to other devices and so on.”
The AsiaRF project is currently over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think tiny Linux mini PC is something you could benefit from, visit the Indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help the AsiaRF mini PC become a reality.
Source: IndiegogoFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News