It’s two-thirds the size of a Raspberry Pi and costs $30, but the NanoPi M1 Plus already has Ubuntu Core and Ubuntu MATE images ready to run.
We’ve seen what the Raspberry Pi can do when you throw in some extra hardware, and we recently heard about what the Pine64 is going to do once it’s inside a laptop casing. But what about that other popular single-board PC , the ‘ODROID‘, created by open-source hardware company HardKernel? Well the answer is here, and it has a […]
This post, This $90 Kit Converts an ODROID board into a Touchscreen Ubuntu PC, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.