I’m sure you’re familiar with or at least have heard of the Raspberry Pi, but what about VoCore? It’s basically a coin-sized Linux computer with WiFi that was 1,937% funded on Indiegogo back in July 2014. Although it may not be in the same league as the Pi, it has its own impressive list of possibilities. If you’re looking to get your hands on one, check out today’s deal where you can get it for just $39.
VoCore: Mini Linux Computer
VoCore is a mini computer board that is tiny in size and price. You can do a multitude of things with it like create a tiny router, invent a new device, build a motherboard, repurpose old speakers, and more. It can be used as a standalone device running OpenWrt or as part of a larger system.
It features onboard WiFi adapters and can operate as a fully-functional 2.4GHz WiFi router. It can also easily connect to your peripheral devices. It has integrated 802.11n MAC, baseband, radio, FEM, and a 5-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet switch.
- Dimensions: 0.98″L x 0.98″W
- System Memory: 32 MB RAM
- Storage: 8MB SPI Flash (for firmware)
- In-out voltage range: 3.3V to 6V
- Power consumption: 200-220mA
- Processor: Ralink/Mediatek 360 MHz RT5350 MIPS
- Data rate: Up to 150Mbps
Bonus: Linux Learner Bundle
Whether you’re a beginner or expert Linux user, you’ll benefit from this five-course bundle. Featuring 40+ hours of actionable content, here’s what’s included:
- Learn Linux in Five Days – This course will teach you the basics of Linux in just five days. You’ll learn to install database servers and create users, how to access a Linux server, where to find programs, configurations, and documentation, and even the basic Linux commands most often used.
- Learning Ubuntu Linux Server – If you want to learn how to set up your own Linux server, this course will show you how with eleven simple lectures. You’ll gain basic skills in Linux filesystem, command line, software installation, and other administrative activities.
- Learn to Run Linux Servers from Scratch – After learning the basics of setting up a Linux server, you may want to become a Certified Pro Linux Admin. This course will prepare you for success with the LPIC-1 Exam 101 professional certification and help boost your career.
- Learn to Run Linux Servers Part 2 – The next step, after LPIC-1 Exam 101, is the LPIC-1 Exam 102. This course will get you prepared for more advanced Linux concepts and certification. There are over eighty-seven lectures to help you gain Linux security knowledge on protecting your system and detecting threats.
- Pentester Certification Course – This course will teach you to pentest with Linux to pinpoint potentially vulnerable spots and increase security. Plus, you’ll get free enrollment and preparation for the Pentester by Igneus Technologies certification test.
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