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Raspberry Pi clone Libre Renegade: $35 gets you Android, USB 3.0 and 4K video

The Renegade designer board goes up against Raspberry Pi. 

Libre Computer, a Shenzhen-based firm, is touting another Raspberry Pi Model B clone that additionally costs $35 yet offers some preferable specs over the more acclaimed designer board. 

For the time being, the load up known as Renegade is just accessible to back on Indiegogo and takes after Libre Computer's prior Kickstarter-advanced Raspberry Pi 3 clone, Tritium. 

The Renegade, spotted by CNX-Software, includes up to 4GB of DDR4 RAM, USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, a Rockchip RK3328 quad-center Cortex A53 processor, and an ARM Mali-450MP2 GPU, two USB 2.0 Type A ports, and one USB 3.0 sort A port. That is one less USB port than the Raspberry Pi. 

As TechRepublic takes note of, the Renegade DDR4 memory ought to be speedier than the Pi 3's DDR2, and the Gigabit Ethernet should likewise offer quicker information exchanges than the Pi. The same goes for USB 3.0. 

The little PC is said to help Ubuntu 16.04 with Rockchip's Linux 4.4 Kernel and Mainline Linux 4.14 LTS Kernel. It can likewise run Android 7.1 Nougat. 

Maverick's producer says it has finished item configuration, beginning programming backing and testing. Conveyance to sponsor starts in January 2018. It additionally says it's dealt with programming support for media focus, gaming, and desktop processing. 

The 1GB model is accessible to sponsor for $35 yet in the event that this item goes to retail it will cost $45. It's additionally accessible in 2GB and 4GB choices. The 4GB model expenses $70 amid the crusade however is made arrangements for retail at $80. There's likewise a $100 choice that incorporates a heatsink, dynamic cooling case 5 volt, 2.5 amp control supply, and 32GV MicroSD card. 

So far the Renegade battle has just raised $625 of the $10,000 objective, however the Tritium crusade that started in November has so far raised over $37,000 from more than 600 sponsor.

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