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Rock Pi X is a $39 single-board computer with an x86 chip (Intel Atom x5-Z8300)

Since Raspberry Pi launched its first $35 computer in 2012, a bunch of other companies have entered the space with their own small, cheap, single-board computers. And, like the Raspberry Pi, most of them are powered by ARM processors.

But Radxa‘s new Rock Pi X is one of a handful of models with an Intel x86 processor, which means you could run Windows or just about any GNU/Linux operating system.

It’s expected to launch soon for $39 and up…

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