Asus' Tinker Board single-board computer reviewed


A new Raspberry Pi challenger appears

Asus' Tinker Board single-board computer wants to challenge the Raspberry Pi 3's popularity with a more powerful SoC and better networking, among other improvements. We put it to the test to see whether it's a worthy alternative to the status quo.
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