CubieAIO-A20 is a touch-enabled mini PC, with 3G support, a large number of USB ports, Gigabit LAN..

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There is a growing demand for dev boards and manufacturers are going out of their way to meet this demand - and all this allowed us to see some very interesting devices on the market.

One of these devices is the CubieAIO-A20 mini PC from CubieTech, a dev board based on the Allwinner A20 SoC ("Einstein-A20"), which is basically all you ever wanted in a dev board and more : 6 USB ports, mSATA, GbE, mini-PCIe, touch-screen, UART, 3G/4G SIM support, 2 UART ports, microphone, alarm buzzer, speaker,IR receiver ... and a 54-pin expansion interface.

The open-source computer can be used in various environments, and might be the perfect tool for DIY enthusiasts.

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CubieAIO-A20 AIO Mini PC full specs

  • SoC: AllWinner A20
  • CPU: Cortex™-A7, dual core
  • GPU: Mali400 MP2
  • RAM: 1GB DDR3@480MHz
  • ROM: 16GB eMMC
  • LAN: Gigabit
  • Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • USB: 6 x USB 2.0 host, 1 x USB 2.0 slave
  • Audio/Video: 1 x HDMI 1.4a
  • SATA: internal mSATA
  • Other: 3G WCDMA, 2 x UART, 7 inch/1280x600 screen, 2W speaker, SIM slot, IR, headphones+microphone, BT, 3.7 Li-Po battery
  • OS: Android 4.2, Linux
  • Size (mm): 175 x 108 x 30

Granted, the dual-core AllWinner A20 SoC might not give much processing power - but the device itself is very versatile and can adapt to many use cases, from academic/teaching tools to industrial applications.
And this could be just the beginning, and we could have more powerful CubieAIO's in the future.

CubieAIO-A20 can be found on Amazon and AliExpress for now, for around $140.

Via : Linux Gizmos