Review: ASUS Tinker Board (and Related Book)

Review: ASUS Tinker Board (and Related Book)

By Moe Long, electromaker.io:

The ASUS Tinker Board is one of the best single-board computers (SBCs) on the market. Its Rockchip RK3288 Cortex-A17 quad-core SoC coupled with an ARM Mali-T764 GPU makes for a robust device capable of a slew of projects. Plus, a beefy 2GB of DDR3 further sets the Tinker Board apart as a competent development board. Unfortunately, lots of maker boards fail because of lacking community support and resources. Thankfully, ASUS provides ample support for its Tinker Board, offering a Debian-based TinkerOS operating system.

Use the coupon code ATB$7OFF for $7 off the sale price of the regular Tinker Board 2GB, and ATBS$25OFF for $25 off the new Tinker Board S 2GB.

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