Is already a couple of months, While preparing a long journey through Ecuador with my partner, I received my Pine 64+ next to the Wifi/Bluetooth module; now back at home and after to resume contact with the plate, I have the necessary time to finish taking the photographs and write this review.
This colossus of the micro computer offers much more performance than Raspberry PI 3 and Odroid C2; but with a remarkable increase in size with respect to their counterparts, What is surprising given the trend of brands to reduce the size of this type of platforms increasingly.
With the recent release of the new Raspberry Pi Zero with slot for camera, Opens a wide range of possibilities thanks to the small size of this device, What offers the same features as the model B +.
If to this we add the new model of camera's 8 megapixels the Foundation has recently launched, us can happen an infinite number of projects; in this tutorial We will see how to make easy one, or several timelapse taking advantage of the system cron daemon, and the tool raspistill.
After much work prior to the holidays and end of semester exams, I have the long-awaited and well-deserved time to write a good tutorial; This time talk about WittyPi brand Uugear.
This useful HAT It provides several additional features to our Raspberry Pi, as for example a real time clock, and the ability to configure the switching on and off automated; something really useful for implementing servers or the development of projects designed to operate in difficult to access areas.
After writing several reviews consecutive for this section, done in less insert some good tutorial and slightly improve the appearance of the blog; but this release could be expected, and is that the new XU4 Odroid promises.
A couple of weeks ago we met Odroid C2 and compare it with Raspberry PI 3, Today we will see the most relevant technical characteristics of this new device to the height of some barebones Desktop, but without dispense a wide range of GPIO pins, or to the small characteristic of this type of device size.
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