For people who like to DIY their own electronics, chances are the name Raspberry Pi has come to mind. Asus tried to challenge that with the release of their Tinker Board last year, and now the company is back at it again with the Tinker Board S, which is a more powerful and updated model than its predecessor.
The new Tinker Board S still boasts the same layout as its predecessor, which is essential for preexisting users, as they no longer have to tear their whole setup down just for improved specs. Furthermore, there is 40 GPIO pins, robust Linux support, 16GB of eMMC storage, and the same I/O connections as before.
The Tinker Board S will be available to consumers sometime in the first half of 2018, with no mention of price at this time.
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