UDOO BOLT V8 review,
UDOO BOLT V8 review, including specifications, Ubuntu demo, M.2 and eMMC speed tests, Windows 10 demo, and a Passmark benchmark of this embedded AMD Ryzen maker board with Radeon Vega 8 graphics.
Detailed UDOO BOLT documentation is available at: https://www.udoo.org/docs-bolt/Introduction/Introduction.html And you can order the board at Mouser.com via this link: http://bit.ly/preorderbolt
Please note that while the UDOO BOLT and accessories featured in this video were supplied by UDOO for review, that this is not a sponsored video.
My review of the UDOO x86 Advanced Plus is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpT4WGsMcvk
More videos on single board computers and broader computing topics can be found on the ExplainingComputers channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/explainingcomputers/videos
You may also like my other channel, ExplainingTheFuture, at: https://www.youtube.com/user/explainingthefuture/videos
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That would make a very good in car pc with appropriate connectivity.
You know this thing can sit nicely with all its ports connected, drives, etc inside a half-height or full height 5.25 inch drive bay or enclosure. That would be cool to get an older style full server tower with a dozen or more 5.25 inch FH drive bays to populate with these computers. Link them together to function as a baby cluster, or tie in several of these tower baby clusters into a real Fractal Designed computer :)
400$ for the top one NO thank you! rather just spend 650$ n build a cheap ryzen system that would beat this thing! Now if this was like 200$ price point then yeah i could see it being worth that much, but not damn near 400$ that crazy.
buy now! because after Brexit we don't know what the price will be.
That green screen trail tho...
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Będzie wydanie fizyczne??
I jak to możliwe.. Ze Ty nie w mainstreamie
UDOO x86 Advanced Plus SBC
UDOO x86 Advanced Plus SBC review and demo, including fitting M.2 SSD and WiFi cards, a peek into the BIOS, running Linux Mint, and even a little video editing and two-screen video playback! (Yes, this board supports multiple displays).
More information on the UDOO x86 Advanced Plus can be found at:
My follow-up video running Windows on the board, comparing it to the LattePanda, and doing some benchmarks, is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjV7QPqure8
Related to this video, you may also find useful my videos on:
Explaining M.2 SSDs:
The Kden Live Video Editor:
You may also enjoy some of my other single board computer videos, such as:
LattePanda Windows 10 Single Board Computer:
Asus Tinker Board:
LeMaker HiKey 960:
More videos on computing-related topics can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingcomputers
You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: http://www.youtube.com/explainingthefuture
Back before I went over to the iMAC I used to go to the shows, buy the bits and build, my own Windows machines. I suppose that path is still open. I haven't seen the shows advertised, but the internet is always open. I would like to get back to experimenter computing rather than just running programs. How much does it cost to get performance equivalent to the UDOO X86's in a standard small desktop form factor? I'm looking for the crossover point between fifty buck set-ups with limited , but still good power like the RPI 3, and a "normal" desktop that could still run Linux. Where does the UDOO X86 fit in that spectrum?
Not worth it due to price, and doesnt come with onboard wifi. You can get a laptop for 269 dollars easily enough.
Angela merkel is that you?
Edit: nice channel dough.
Lets check out the Youtube, if it's still there
Supports Samsung SSD?