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What is the next tinker board going to be like?
Asus has been employing the same tactics as Pi Foundation, which has used the older generations SoC for its Pi boards.

A report recently said that Asus is going to pick the RK3399pro for it future tinker board. However, RK3399pro is a generation or 2 behind the advance ones when the next tinker board goes to the market next year.

Why didn't choose the 8nm, octa-core RK3588, which is available in Q1 next year?

When tinker board appeared on the market last year, there were several boards better than it, the Odroid XU4 is one of them.

Acutally, the price of Odroid XU4 is almost the same as tinker board, but almost twice the performance.

RK3399pro cannot compete with Amlogic s922x, which is used in Odroid n2, in most of areas.

For most users, performance is king.
Armbian. Lightweight Debian Stretch or Ubuntu Bionic for Tinker Board.
Asus hardware is reliable, but firmware is a huge black hole, IHMO. Better to look for western products.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
(09-02-2019, 04:25 AM)igorpec Wrote:

and this one~

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