Ever want to compare features of our boards to know what the differences are? Want to compare our Tritium, Le Potato, and Renegade boards with newly released popular boards like the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ and ASUS Tinker Board S?
We have just made it super easy for you with our spreadsheet. This covers hardware features found on the boards. We will throw together another spreadsheet with software and performance numbers for each board in the future.
The enduring spirit of innovation is to keep them coming. Renegade is our latest board with up to 4GB of DDR4, Gigabit Ethernet, and USB 3.0, enough to power a Linux desktop experience. As with all of our boards, both Linux and Android are available. This board is 4K capable like all of our previous boards and performs on par with our AML-S905X-CC. You can find (and back) the Indiegogo campaign here.
It is our pleasure to announce the Kickstarter for our second Linux/Android single board computer Tritium. This cost-effective solution is form factor compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and our previous AML-S905X-CC (Le Potato) SBC. It enables new embedded solutions across a whole range of applications. Based on Allwinner’s popular H2+, H3, and H5 SoCs, three distinct boards leverages the extensive software contributions of the open-source community around Allwinner designs.
General availability for the ALL-H3-CC is scheduled for February 2018.
We are aiming for an end of June or early July release for the Libre Computer Board AML-S905X-CC nicknamed Le Potato. This is our first board based on the popular Amlogic S905X chip. We have spent extensive amounts of time optimizing the layout of this board to expose the capabilities of the chip. It is roughly 50% faster than the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, 10% faster than the Asus Tinkerboard, and supports true 4K 60 FPS with HDR over a HDMI 2.0 interface.