Those of you building Internet of Things projects may be interested in a new double stack mini PC which has been created specifically for IoT applications and takes the form of the Virtualette V1, which has been created by SRKH Designs based in Sydney Australia.
The tiny double stack mini PC supports both Android and Linux operating systems and is fitted with a Allwinner A20 processor together with 8 GB of on-board NAND flash, together with a real-time clock and multiple I/O interfaces.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the small yet powerful Internet of Things mini PC which is taken to Kickstarter to raise the required funds the team needs to take the hardware into production.
Got a software app and need a hardware platform to launch with? Or are you looking for an IoT microcomputer that enables connectivity in small spaces or at edge of network?. More than a SBC, the new product is a fully-equipped microcomputer suitable for use as a deployable hardware platform.
• As an individual desktop device or controller for a drone or robot.
• As a liquid-cooled computer inside a 40mm PVC pipe.
• As M2M nodes in a distributed intelligent security system.
• Deployed as a peer-to-peer, machine-to-machine network in applications such as display information systems in airports or train stations.
For more information on the new Virtualette V1 IoT mini PC jump over to the Kickstarter website to make a pledge and for full specifications via the link below.
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