Deal: Explore DIY Tech with VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer ($42.99)

The VoCore2 Mini is the world’s tiniest Linux computer with wi-fi and runs OpenWrt on top of Linux. Although it’s is only one inch in size, it can work as a fully functional router.

VoCore2 Mini is made up of components such as 32MB SDRAM, 8MB SPI Flash and uses a RT5350 (360MHz MIPS), its central part. In addition, it offers multiple interfaces such as USB, 10/100M Ethernet, UART, I2C, I2S, JTAG, PCM and over 20 GPIOs.

For a limited time, get a VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer + Ultimate Dock for as low as $42.99 on Tecmint Deals.

VoCore2 is open hardware as well as a powerful gateway to invention, which enables its users to:

  1. Write code in C, Java, Python, Ruby, JavaScript
  2. Study embedded systems
  3. Assemble an offline downloader
  4. Build wireless USB devices such as printer, scanner, camera and many more
  5. Build a remote control robot with a camera
  6. Create a portable VPN router
  7. Make a WIFI -> TTL (or Serial Port) to control Arduino remotely plus so much more.

With all the above possibilities and more, you can make your own high-tech gadgets by connecting a microphone to implement voice command functionality like Apple Siri or Amazon Echo. You can as well build a personal cloud server to keep all your important data plus movies, music and more.

Furthermore, comfortably improve your wireless signals by fitting your VoCore2 into a wall in each room or set up a home security network with a USB webcam.

Start working on a wide range of innovative projects including those yet to be discovered. Pick up VoCore2 Mini Linux computer today for just $42.99 on Tecmint Deals, importantly, your purchase includes free shipment to your point of location.

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