LattePanda Launches Latest Thin, Pocket-Sized Computer on Kickstarter

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November 16, 2021

LattePanda has launched the LattePanda 3 Delta, “the world’s thinnest pocket-sized hackable computer,” with use cases that include IoT edge, robotics, AI camera-based applications, handheld devices, and Industry 4.0. The company reached its Kickstarter goal of $39,881 within the first four hours, but other options are available for customers here.

The LattePanda 3 Delta uses the latest Intel 11th-generation mobile quad-core processor N5015, with up to 2.9 GHz burst frequency, and offering CPU speeds up to 2x faster and GPU speeds up to 3x faster than previous LattePanda PCs. The system includes up to 42 expandable interfaces, uses Wi-Fi 6 (2.7 times faster than Wi-Fi 5), and measures 125 mm by 78 mm by 16 mm. The M.2B Key version is specifically designed for 5G modules, and the built-in USB 3.0 signal is compatible with 5G modules.

“LattePanda 3 Delta has been fully funded within four hours,” said Youyou Yu, product manager of the LattePanda 3 Delta. “We’re incredibly grateful to our backers and supporters, and will continue to provide them with as much information as we can about this update and beyond.

More details on the system are available at the Kickstarter page, including additional bundles and feature options.


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