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Pine A64 is world’s first $15 dollar 64-bit computer
Since 2005, single board computers (SBCs) have become popularized by hardware companies and user communities including Arduino, the Raspberry Pi Foundation, Intel, OLinuXino, BeagleBoard, and others. The one setback they all have in common, however, is that they all run ARM-based 32-bit processors. In less than a day from now, that will all change.
Starting Saturday, a new Kickstarter company called Pine64, Inc. will begin funding the world’s first 64-bit miniature computer with a $15 base price.
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