Started by DarkestEx, 7 years and 5 months ago
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Quote from: Streetwalrus on 7 years and 5 months agoSounds nice. In the same price range you could get a raspberry pi zero which is a lot more powerful and has dedicated GPIO, but it doesn't have a network card unless you add one. Depends on the application I guess.
Quote from: Juju on 7 years and 5 months agoWell, if you need networking hardware, it's way better than the RPi or CHIP, otherwise go with one of them which lacks WiFi stuff. Or why not combining both?
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on 7 years and 5 months agoI don't know much about routers, but would this router be useable as a replacement to home routers? And what about calculator Internet? (I know Kerm got Global Calcnet to work with the Sparkscore)
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on 7 years and 5 months agoAh ok thanks. It sounds like a good deal indeed if someone wants a cheap mini-computer or something.
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on 7 years and 5 months agoThat makes me wonder, though... if one of those cheap computers is powerful enough to rival low end PCs, then could someone just buy $15000 worth of C.H.I.P computers, RPi's and the WiFi routers above and build a beowulf cluster out of them or something?
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on 7 years and 4 months agoWould it be fast enough to do stuff like factoring a 2048-bits RSA key in under 5 years?
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