Atomic Pi 显影剂套装
- 内置 2Gb RAM 和 16GB 闪存的强大原子四核处理器
- 开发工具套件包括大的分解板和 AI 摄像机模块
- 千兆以太网、AC WiFi、蓝牙、高性能音频、USB-2、USB-3、SD、GPIO
- 外围设备包括 9 轴传感器、蓝牙和 XMOS 音频功率放大器
- 从盒子中取出，即可启动Linux。 用它做什么？
我们是RPi爱好者，UP 板很棒......但价格和性能有关。 我们相信，我们有价格实惠的 x86 制造板的市场。 因此诞生了 ATOMIC Pi。 正版Intel Atom x5-Z8350 四核带 2M 缓存。 使用 480MHz GPU 运行高达 1.92GHz 。 吃 RPi 甜点。 击败一些桌面。 内存加载：2GB DDR3L-1600，16GB eMMC，SD扩展插槽（高达256Gb）。 全 HDMI 端口带 Intel 高清图形和音频输出 USB 3.0 和 USB 2.0 端口 板载外围设备包括：快速双频 WiFI b/g/n 2.4 & 5GHz WiFi RT5572 IPX 连接器蓝牙 4.0 CR8510 千兆硬线 RJ45 以太网 RTL8111G, 9 轴惯性导航传感器带罗盘BNO055 TTL / USB 串行调试和扩展端口可达 3.6Mbps 实时时钟。 JST 式连接器和电源和 GPIO 的 26 针头。 5V 供电。 通常 4-15 瓦。 电源另售（推荐5A等级）。 SD、USB 或 SFP，传承许可的 BIOS 靴子。 Linux 预加载闪存。 套件包括智能相机模块和带螺丝端子的大型突击屏蔽，便于接线和 USB 调试端口。 在组件水平上记录良好。
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Other than that tho, for $5 more than a Raspberry Pi 4 (rn they $35) its a total steal. Like it literally feels like buying stolen merchandise you get so much for so little (actually iirc theyre salvaged from some failed robot). The enchilada board has a spot to solder in a arduino nano and a prototyping area amongst a thousand other features ill never use.
Is the Atomic Pi practical to use as a general purpose computer? No. Is it the best bang for your buck SBC? Who cares its only $40. That said its one of the few ambian fueled impulse purchases I haven't ended up returning yet.
Bought two to use with OpenBSD as low power utility servers. Both SBCs work great. I love the Molex connectors on the breakout boards. They allow me to power both SBCs with a single small PC power supply without my having to make any wiring changes. Even a single SBC pulls enough current to bring the small 120W power supply into regulation without an added load resistor. The SBCs run very cool so I didn't add the fan I had planned on. Makes things super quiet. Any OS that supports UEFI booting should work, but there is no legacy bios support. Glad that these are surplus boards. Not only does this reduce e-waste, but it means that the physical quality of the SBCs is much higher than what could be produced at this price point. DLI did a great job on the breakout board that really helps to make these SBCs useable with minimal effort. I'll probably pick up a couple more in the future for some other projects. I actually appreciate that no power supply is provided. Most people considering these SBC's have plenty of options for powering them, and there is no point to inundate the world with more wall warts, not to mention the extra cost.
If you're looking for a cheap Atom based board this is okay, but... by the time you add a decent power supply and case you would be better off buying a used tiny ThinkCentre or similar machine. The form factor is unique so you either need to buy a $20 case or print one yourself.
If an SBC is what you're looking for then other platforms have better software support. Using the GPIO ports is a kludge compared to Arduino type boards.
Mine required more power than expected and ran warm enough that you can't leave your hand on the heatsink comfortably. I would recommend a fan unless you are planning on REALLY light usage.
I spent days fighting with bad drivers, drivers that were recommended on popular YouTube videos. Once you find the proper drivers it works okay, until then you can expect crashes. Even after I got the board working there were a couple devices without working drivers.
Having worked with computers since the 1970s I sometimes buy stuff like this to play with, this was not worth the time. I'll be sticking with Arduino, ESP32 and Pi typed products for future projects. Amazon has everything you need for these projects with mainstream support.