In this video, Jay provides a quick review of the Pico PC from XDO, which is the smallest Linux PC that’s ever been reviewed on the channel. The Pico PC claims to be ultra quiet and fully compatible with Linux. Check out this review and find out if the Pico PC lives up to its claims.
The Turing Pi 2 is quite an exciting project that might even be a game-changer when it comes to homelab. With it, you can set up Raspberry Pi Compute Modules as individual servers, and even cluster them! The Turing Pi 2 gives you access to many additional features that Compute Modules wouldn’t normally have access to, such as mPCIe, SATA, and more. This gives you access to build a data-center in a box, and Jay gives it a first-look on the channel in this video.
The final version of the JingPad A1 has arrived at the LearnLinuxTV studio, and I’ll give you my thoughts on the finished product. The JingPad A1 claims to be the first consumer-ready Linux tablet, and I put it to the test in this video.