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    Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Aims to bring AI to Autonomous Robots and Drones.
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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    For most of us this is a Raspberry Pi for $600, so I for one am out.

    Shame, as I would love something a bit more powerful than the Pi 2.

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Wouldn't mind an autonomous drone that chases away pets and wildlife when they enter my outside toilet (formerly known as my garden)

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    For most of us this is a Raspberry Pi for $600, so I for one am out.

    Shame, as I would love something a bit more powerful than the Pi 2.
    For some of us though, holy ****, a decent ARM64 dev board for only $600, complete with SATA and GbE

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by directhex View Post
    For some of us though, holy ****, a decent ARM64 dev board for only $600, complete with SATA and GbE
    Won't the existing TK1 work for that?

    http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/zotac-jets...oper-kit-a30ny

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by directhex View Post
    For some of us though, holy ****, a decent ARM64 dev board for only $600, complete with SATA and GbE
    Won't the existing TK1 work for that?

    http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/zotac-jets...oper-kit-a30ny
    Not when it says discontinued it wont

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmastorm View Post
    Not when it says discontinued it wont
    lol, well that is a shame it seems to be a really nice board (and from the benchmarks on Phoronix really rather quick).

    Nvidia list it as available but on backorder, couldn't find it on the Zotac website.

    OFC what I really want in my Raspberry Pi 3 is an AMD A1100, but that wouldn't be cheap either!

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by semo View Post
    Wouldn't mind an autonomous drone that chases away pets and wildlife when they enter my outside toilet (formerly known as my garden)
    If the "pets" includes cats then I've found a couple of spots of Jeyes Fluid (available from larger supermarkets and garden centres) works well to dissuade them. Especially if you back that up with a water gun for the particularly stupid ones.

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Won't the existing TK1 work for that?

    http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/zotac-jets...oper-kit-a30ny
    TK1 is 32-bit. I have six of those, though.

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    Re: Nvidia launches the Jetson TX1 Module

    Quote Originally Posted by directhex View Post
    TK1 is 32-bit. I have six of those, though.
    I see what you mean, it is hard to find anything at any price isn't it?

    Gigabyte seem to do a server board, Google found me one single vendor: http://www.ldlc.com/fiche/PB00191584.html

    I don't have any use for 10GbE ports, so I don't think that is for me.

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