https://www.asus.com/Single-Board-Computer/Tinker-Board/ The Asus Tinker Board is claimed to be twice the speed of the Raspberry Pi 3
<quote>Tinker Board features an ARM-based RK3288 SoC and is equipped with four cores to enhance multithread application performance. It operates at frequencies of up to 1.8GHz
Tinker Board's GPU is based on the Mali™-T764 GPU. It offers up 16 cores and a 600MHz clock speed. When compared to competitor SBC GPUs, Tinker Board offers better GPU computing and GPU acceleration performance.
Tinker Board offers dual-channel DDR3</quote>
Unofficial Tinker Board Community website https://tinkerboarding.co.uk
I hope very much you consider and do add support for this SOC, It is made by a big trusted company and has very good specifications while being arduino compatible and modeled after the Pi being able to fit in most Pi 2/3 cases
I've messed around with porting it, but it doesn't have a build root option right now. You might look at an Odroid XU4 - has 8 core CPU, better GPU(no 4k), 2GB of ram as well, USB 3.0, EMMC support, and is working with Batocera. It's also the same price - http://www.hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php
Now, with Tinker Board S, it's seems to be the coolest choice for multimedia/retrogaming box !
Is support planned ?
Tinkerboard support will be great!
Please add support for tinkerboard S with the kernel UMS drivers.. It will be awesome! Batocera is the best!! Please add support for hardware screen rotate as well for it!
After all, does Batocera work on the Tinker Board or not?
supposed to work. feedback waited on https://batocera-linux.xorhub.com/forum/d/2644-5-23-beta-asus-tinker-board
Wow, I read something very interesting here :
Does it mean GPD XD is compatible with Batocera ? Would be a HUGE news !
I just ordered a Tinkerboard beacause i see that already has support, i know it has a good CPU
I'm going to post my results on the next days.
Thank you so much, Batocera Team!
I have been messing with a regular tinker board and batocera 5.24 this week - it works w/ some caveats (kodi?? sometimes funny resolution), but I'm used to the PC version so maybe I'm spoiled :)
So far, performance in N64/ps1 is pretty good with that scb.