The open-source mini Linux machine offers a world of creative options, whether to invent a new device, build a motherboard, repurpose old speakers, setting up a smart home and more. It can even be used as a standalone device running OpenWrt or as part of a larger system. For a limited time, TNW Deals is cutting the price to just $39 for this great launchpad to invention.
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This coin-sized Linux computer with WiFi received nearly double its funding goal on Indiegogo back in 2014, and the final result yields an impressive world of possibilities. It works on open-source hardware, providing up to 20 GPIO lines, and includes an on-board WiFi adapter so you won’t need an external one.
The VoCore can also extend ethernet and USB interfaces with the Dock, operate as a fully functional 2.4GHz WiFi Router and more.
- Easily connects to peripheral devices
- Small size enables it to act as an embedded system
- Extends Ethernet & USB interfaces w/ the Dock
- Operates as a fully functional 2.4GHz Wi-Firouter
- Acts as a general purpose low-power COM for IoT applications
- Includes full hardware design & full-source code
- Integrates 802.11n MAC, baseband, radio, FEM & 5-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet switch
The world of electronics is at your fingertips with the VoCore: Mini Linux Computer, now 13 percent off the retail price on TNW Deals.
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