Developers and hobbyists creating the Internet of Things (IoT) and network applications may be interested in the new hardware in the form of a Radxa E25 miniPC based on the Radxa CM3 compute module. The base unit, priced at $59 and up, is equipped with 2GB of LPDDR4 memory and 8GB of eMMC storage. While other versions are available for $75 with 4GB/16GB and $109 with 8GB/32GB.
The Radxa E25 supports Ubuntu and Debian Linux server images as well as OpenWRT, and all devices are powered by a 2GHz quadcore Rockchip RK3568 ARM CortexA55 processor supported by MaliG42 graphics. With a neural processor providing up to 0.8 TOPS of AI performance. Connections include 2x 2.5Gbps Ethernet, 1x USB 3.0 TypeA OTG, 1x USB TypeC (for power and serial console), 1x microSD card reader, and 1x nanoSIM card slot .
Network SBC Radxa E25
– Upgradable SoM and carrier board design with easytoassemble chassis and heatsink
– Rockchip RK3568 Quad Core Cortex‑A55 (ARM v8), 64‑bit SoC @ 2.0GHz.
– Mali G52 GPU, supports OpenGL ES 3.2/OpenCL 2.0/Vulkan 1.1
– 1Tops NPU with RKNN Toolkit support
– 1GB/2GB/4GB/8GB LPDDR4 RAM
– Expansion via M.2 interface and mini PCIe for 4G/5G mobile network
– ARMv8 instruction set
– Support for Debian/Ubuntu Linux Server
– Hardware Access/Management Library for Linux
“A networked single board computer in an ultracompact form factor that provides a wide range of networking capabilities. The Radxa E25 offers manufacturers, IoT enthusiasts, hobbyists, PC builders and more a reliable and extremely powerful platform to create and bring their ideas to life.”
Source: Liliputing: CNX Software
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