CHIP – The World’s First Nine Dollar Computer

 

Microcomputer 9$
Microcomputer 9$

 

C.H.I.P.

1GHz processor

512 MB ram

4GB storage

C.H.I.P. has built in WiFi + Bluetooth.

Connect via C.H.I.P.’s built-in composite output or add a simple adapter for either VGA or HDMI.

pocket CHIP

PocketC.H.I.P. makes C.H.I.P. portable!  PocketC.H.I.P. gives C.H.I.P. a 4.3” touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard, and 5-hour battery – in a case small enough to fit in your back pocket.

SPECS

  • 3,000 mAH battery
  • 4.3″ 470px x 272px screen w/ resistive touch
  • Full Super-Clicky QWERTY keyboard
  • Rugged Injection Molded Shell
  • Fully open source
  • GPIO breakouts
  • C.H.I.P. is removable via hatch

 

At 1Ghz and with 512MB of DDR3 RAM, C.H.I.P. is powerful enough to run real software, and handle the demands of a full GUI just as well as it handles attached hardware. Best of all, CHIP runs mainline Linux, which means it’s easier than ever to keep teaching it new tricks without inheriting a pile of kernel patches.

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