MiniPC Show #65 – Wicked Aluminum, RetrOrangePi and Warriors of the Net

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Another Perfect Media Center Companion This is the first affordable Raspberry Pi case made out of aluminum. We wanted to ensure we didn’t sacrifice form over function, so we used the aluminum housing of the case to provide a built in heat sink.
Wicked Aluminum
Pi Holder (B+ and Pi 2) Case w/ Heat Dissipation From $ 64.99 ODroid C1 Case w/ Heat Disspation From $ 64.
Azulle Byte3 Review – $199 Fanless Intel Apollo Lake Mini PC
Buy it on Amazon – (affiliate link) – Azulle’s fanless Byte 3 Mini PC is priced right and has lots of storage expansion but thermal performance might be an issue. See more mini PC’s : and subscribe! INDEX:00:08 – Price00:29 – Processor, R
RetrOrangePi 4.0 Released
RetrOrangePi is a retro gaming & media center firmware based on Armbian Debian image and working on Allwinner H3/H2+ based Orange Pi boards, Banana Pi M2+, and NanoPi M1, as well as Beelink X2 TV Box. Right at the end of last year, I reviewed RetrOrangePi 3.
The Mirabook
The Mirabook is the ultimate smartphone accessory designed to deliver a full desktop experience. Dock your Smartphone and transform it into a complete 13-inch notebook with a full-sized keyboard and a trackpad.
Warriors of the Net HD
For more info about the movie visit the warriors site http://www.warriorsofthe.netSubtitles/Closed Caption available in:Russian – by Jane LeeChinese Simplified – by Gilbert WongChinese Traditional – Shine.YenPolish – by Slawomir KmiecikCroatian- by Matej LabudićDigital remastered from original mat
This tools removes any unnecessary partition from an Intel ME/TXE firmware, reducing its size and its ability to interact with the system. It should work both with coreboot and with the factory firmware.
CompuLab Announces The Tiny Fitlet2 Linux PC, Powered By Intel Apollo Lake
The Linux-friendly folks at CompuLab have just announced their newest industrial-grade, fanless PC: the fitlet2. The original Fitlet that we reviewed back in 2015 proved to be a tiny, passively-cooled, fanless Linux PC.