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    Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    Powerful SBC is a bit bigger, at 100 x 72mm, but the price is a lot more at US$783.
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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    Think I'll have 10....

    Oh wait
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    783$ ?? great for a set-top box.
    "Rolls eyes"

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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    I thought ooooh dual LAN ports I could make a little router but all my hopes and dreams shattered when I saw the price

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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    Quote Originally Posted by AGTDenton View Post
    I thought ooooh dual LAN ports I could make a little router but all my hopes and dreams shattered when I saw the price
    Take a look at Intel J1900 quad Intel NIC boards, they make great PFSense boxes.

    The only frustrating thing is the J1900 doesn't have AES-NI so it does suffer if you want to do interception/IPSEC.

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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    How is this an alternative? It costs heaps more.

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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    Hahahhaahha OMFG this company is SOOOooo out of touch!!! LOL!!!

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    Re: Aaeon Pico-WHU4 is an 8th gen Intel Core CPU RasPi alternative

    This is not a competitor to the Pi and if they are marketing it as such, they're mad. The Pi is a low cost project board for hackers, this is a borderline professional board.

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