The miniature MU motherboard from LattePanda is sized just slightly larger than a business card and fits into a memory slot. It is equipped with an N100 CPU, 8GB RAM, and is capable of running an Nvidia GPU.

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LattePanda has unveiled its latest single board computer, the LattePanda Mu, and although it is barely larger than a business card at a mere 60mm x 69.6mm, the micro x86 compute module is equipped with an Intel N100 CPU with 4 cores. The Mu offers up to nine PCIe 3.0 lanes, allowing for the addition of a dedicated graphics card, making it suitable for more demanding computational tasks. This device runs both Windows and compatible Linux operating systems and is said to be faster and more configurable than the Raspberry Pi 5.

The Mu comes with 8GB of memory with IBECC support, 64GB of eMMC 5.1 storage, and a variety of expansion pin options, including three HDMI/DisplayPort, eight USB 2.0 ports, up to four USB 3.2 ports, up to two SATA 3.0, and 64 expandable GPIOs. The LattePanda Mu’s open-source carrier board designs and libraries can be found on the company’s dedicated GitHub repository, enabling developers to make quick modifications and refinements to suit their needs.

Add your own GPU

The LattePanda Mu offers a range of customization possibilities with its powerful computing performance, GPU capabilities surpassing traditional options, and flexible thermal design power range. It is an ideal choice for various applications and performance needs. WangBo, the company’s product manager, stated, “LattePanda Mu is not just a micro x86 compute module; it is a breakthrough design solution that offers users unlimited customization possibilities.”

The board is priced at $139, with a kit that includes the Mu, Mu Lite Carrier, and Mu Active Cooler available at a reduced price of $190. For those interested in the LattePanda Mu but hesitant to make a purchase, a detailed review will be available soon.

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