It may have a name that sounds like a 1960s spy plane, but the Geniatech XPI-3288 is a single board computer which looks like it has just stepped out of the Raspberry Pi factory, but it has a few differences that make it stand out from the crowd. Image 1 of 4 Image 2 of 4 Image 3 of 4 Image 4 of 4 Measuring the same as a Raspberry Pi 4, 3.3 x 2.2 inches (85 x 56mm), the XPI-3288 looks very similar to the Pi, in fact the placement of the four USB 2.0 ports and Gigabit Ethernet is the same as the Raspberry Pi 3B. Powering the board is an Rockchip RK3200 SoC which features a quad core Arm Cortex A17 running at up to 1.6 GHz and a Mali-T764 GPU. What is different to a Raspberry Pi is onboard eMMC flash storage, available in 8, 16 and 32GB capacities and a decidedly “tacked on” optional WiFi jack which covers part of the CPU and prevents the easy use of heatsinks to cool the unit. The WiFi Jack appears to have a PCB antenna, but there are also breakouts for external WiFi and Bluetooth antennas. The XPI-3288… Read full this story
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