The Linux Users' Group of Davis presents:

Ultra low-cost Single Board Computers: Next Thing Co's "C.H.I.P.", a $9 computer, and PINE64, a $15 64-bit supercomputer

Stephen Matthew Helms

February 15, 2016
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Open to the public!

Location TBA
(Please see our website for details)

C.H.I.P. is "the world's first $9 computer", touted as being "built for work, play, and everything in between". It utilizes a 1GHz 'Allwinner R8' CPU, and has 512MB of RAM, 4GB of high-speed storage, USB port, built-in WiFi B/G/Ni, Bluetooth 4.0, and composite video output; HDMI and VGA adapters will also be available.

PINE A64 is "the world's first 64-bit expandable Quad Core 1.2GHz supercomputer, tablet, media center, and more... starting at just $15." It utilizes a PINE64 ARM A5 64-bit processor, MALI-400 MP2 GPU running at 500MHz. It ships with two USB ports, HDMI output, 3.5mm audio/mic, Ethernet port, and two I/O expansion buses. The A64+ model adds three ports for optional accesories such as camera, touch panel, LCD, WiFi, Bluetooth.