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Asus have a tinkerboard page now
Things are happening now:
Reassuring to see this, thanks for posting!
(02-16-2017, 05:19 PM)Mikerr Wrote: Things are happening now:

Thanks for doing the site, will def help grow the community
Got mine last week
Things I found 
OS now works fine (found Micro SD card was an issue, seems faster the better), boot up is fast. 2GB of RAM is much appreciated

Any update on when Kodi will be support added
The Asus Tinker Board is the same size as the 10-million-selling Raspberry Pi at 3.4in x 2.4in. However, it's got more power than the British effort thanks to its higher-spec quad-core 1.8GHz Rockchip processor that's capable of playing 4K video with 24-bit audio.

The Tinker Board also packs 2GB Dual channel LPDDR3 RAM (compared to the Pi's 1GB), an HDMI 2.0 port, four USB 2.0 ports, Gigabit LAN, Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi. There's also a 40-pin internal header with 28 GPIO pins, which means the Tinker Board can be used to create Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

It comes with Asus' own software, which is a variant of Debian Linux and similar to the Raspberry Pi's OS. However, the Tinker Board's OS offers support for Kodi, and Hexus reports that Asus plans to expand the current OS support with the likes of Ubuntu and openSUSE.

Commenting on the launch, Asus said: "Raspberry Pi has been in the market for so long, we're here to expand users' choices with more options. And this board has 4K support, higher SoC performance, faster Ethernet transmission, and flexibility for the memory size."

[mod edit] possible spam, but relevent ?

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