Gadgehit writes: "The Raspberry Pi computer, which costs just £15/$25 is the world’s smallest computer and is the size of a USB stick. However, that doesn’t mean it is completely useless, the computer has a 700 MHz ARM11 processor, 128 MB of RAM and OpenGL graphics with enough power to display 1080p video. It also has HDMI out and a USB port, but to further prove it’s power, a video has been uploaded which shows Quake 3 running on the tiny device."
If you've looked at the Raspberry Pi and thought it looked cool but just too much work to set up, you might like the newest iteration.
Now there is an alternative to Raspberry Pi that has an AMD Ryzen CPU. Axiomtek has announced the launch of a new SBC (Single-board computer), a complete