JaguarBoard: x86-based Single-Board Computer

The JaguarBoard is a single-board computer like the Raspberry Pi, but with better performance and x86 architecture.

By - January 25, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
JaguarBoard

A new Kickstarter campaign is promoting the JaguarBoard – a single-board computer like the Raspberry Pi, but with better performance and x86 architecture.

The company behind the project said the fact that the JaguarBoard is based on the x86 architecture brings it better performance, with a high level of scalability and compatibility.

“It allows developers and DIYers who are experienced with x86 architecture to enjoy the single-board software development without having to learn about embedded systems such as ARM,” it said.

The JaguarBoard supports a variety of operating systems, and was tested with Microsoft Windows and Linux systems and software applications.

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