Dive into DIY tech projects with the world’s smallest Linux computer

world’s smallest Linux computer

An open source, fully programmable Linux computer that’s smaller than a coin? This isn’t science fiction: Say hello to the VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer.

For a limited time, you can pick up the VoCore2 and an accompanying dock for just $42.99 on TNW Deals.

This minute computer packs a punch despite its size, and you’ll be able to execute fun DIY tech projects thanks to its robust functionality. Program it using C, Java, Python, and other languages, utilize it as a portable wireless router, and even control other wireless devices such as speakers and cameras.

Here are some things you’ll be able to do with your VoCore2:

  • Use it as a VPN gateway to browse securely and privately
  • Link a microphone to issue voice commands to Siri or Echo
  • Build a personal cloud server to store all your movies, music and other data
  • Turn it into a home security camera by attaching a USB webcam to it

If you can program it, the VoCore2 likely will be able to handle it. See for yourself: Get the VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer for just $42.99 from TNW Deals.

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