Designed with AMD Ryzen R1000 and as small as 84 x 55mm it can be built into many space limited applications. It’s also an interesting alternative to Raspberry Pi or the latest trend of Stick PCs, considering the future availability. Suitable for edge computing or AI vision thanks to high computing power combined with a fanless design and unique cooling architecture. Choose between 4 different CPUs in the span of 1.2GHz up to 2.6GHz with a power dissipation from 6W up to 12W. R1505G for example include Vega 3 graphic engine with a clock frequency of up to 3.3GHz and a performance close to Intel Core i-series. Lots of expanding possibilities like Gigabit Ethernet, Dual HDMI interface, USB 3.1 via USB-C and miniPCIe for 3G/4G/WiFi cards. Support for both Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 64bit and Linux (Kernel 5.3).
AMD Ryzen R1000
Up to 64GB eMMC
Dual micro HDMI, USB 3.1 and TPM 2.0
Mini-PCI for 4G/5G/WiFi
Follow AMD’s long-lifecycle roadmap of up to 10 years.
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