I’ve spent many hours playing with both 32-bit and 64-bit ARM System-on-Chip (SoC) boards, so you may be wondering why I ordered another – the Asus Tinkerboard. Well here are my first impressions with the board as I try to get Docker and Kubernetes up and running.
The Asus Tinkerboard looks like a Raspberry Pi and has a similar form-factor, but it’s a much more powerful board than the Raspberry Pi with double the RAM and potentially 10x more Ethernet bandwidth available. You also get a heat-sink included and a warning that the board can run quite hot.
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