Modular Mini Computer PocKit Now Powered by Raspberry Pi

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Building a PC is often compared to assembling a Lego kit. Modular devices extend the comparison by offering hot-swappable components that can be arranged to suit a variety of use cases, and the latest attempt to deliver on this promise is Project PocKit, a work-in-progress Liliputing highlighted after seeing its […]

Building a PC is often compared to assembling a Lego kit. Modular devices extend the comparison by offering hot-swappable components that can be arranged to suit a variety of use cases, and the latest attempt to deliver on this promise is Project PocKit, a work-in-progress Liliputing highlighted after seeing its latest demo video.

The basic concept of PocKit sounds much like other modular computing projects and looks a lot like Google’s defunct Project Ara modular smartphone. The project website says it features a “Core” equipped with a STM32 + ESP32 Dual-Processor that can be complemented by various “Blocks.” A demo video uploaded on March 18 revealed that it can also work with a Raspberry Pi Compute Module.

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