Onion Created A Tiny Computer To Built Hardware Projects Worth $5
A Dream Come True!
Complex Hardware Projects, not Really Complex with Omega2
Onion, a US-based IoT startup has built a tiny computer worth $5 to develop the intricate hardware projects with an ease. The Onion has named it Omega2 that is Arduino-compatible but the most exciting thing about Omega2 is that it can also run Linux natively. Moreover, it comes with a support cellular, built-in Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth connections including 16 MB storage and 32 MB RAM.
How Omega2 Differs from Omega?
As per a press report, Broken Lin, CEO of Onion created Omega2 so that software developers can build up hardware using developer tools and high-level programming languages. Also, non-technical individuals can program easily by using drag and drop interface. Onion ensures that Omega2 is a bit faster and more standalone than its previous version first Onion Omega. Additionally, its plus size model has 128MB and 32MB storage that costs $9 and its shipping will begin by November. Last but not least, a user can also program in Python, PHP, and nodeJS in it.
Is Onion Omega2 solution for all the complex hardware projects? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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