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MangoPi’s New Hardware is Smaller than an SD Card

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The world is moving toward nanotechnology. Did anyone ever think that we could use computers the size of an SD card, which we use in DSLRs to capture photos? The first IBM hard disk stored 3.75 MB of data, and metaphorically, it was compared to approximately the size of two medium-sized refrigerators. Recently, MangoPI SBC […] The post MangoPi’s New Hardware is Smaller than an SD Card appeared first on Linux Today.

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