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NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit (£101.50 Inc Delivery) @ NVidia
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NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit (£101.50 Inc Delivery) @ NVidia

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Posted 10th AprEdited by:"Walgeon"
"NVIDIA Jetson Nano enables the development of millions of new small, low-cost, low-power AI systems. It opens new worlds of embedded IoT applications, including entry-level Network Video Recorders (NVRs), home robots, and intelligent gateways with full analytics capabilities."

This has the Tegra X1 on it and from some YouTube videos looks like it will be great for doing Raspberry Pi type builds and more. More power and more mods.
It is aimed at the AI crowed but these boards can do whatever you can try to imagine.

I expect with the power it has we will see far better emulation for gaming and Android builds.

I believe many of the RaspPi addons and mods work with this board.

It is £95 not including delivery.

hackaday.com have a great review for anyone interested
hackaday.com/201…or/

A YouTube channel for all the hobby builds and tutorials can be found here: youtube.com/cha…y5Q
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Norseg10/04/2019 20:51

One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it …One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it depends on state it can be 0-10% but in the UK it's 20%It's crazy high, I don't understand why people accept paying 20-25% on everything they buy than alcohol tax, sugar tax, TV tax, tobacco tax, council tax, income tax, etc British sure do seem to love taxation..Still should be a bit cheaper


The americans pay 0-10% sales tax then spend 17.9% of their GDP on health insurance.
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looks like an RPi on steroids! I want!
Isn't this deal for the nano alone, not the nano developer kit like the title currently suggests?
Not sure how this fits into developers and hobbyists use cases.
If you want a powerful android box for emulation and such, use a Nvidia shield.
If you want a great features, price, community and compatibility, then the PI.
paul_merton10/04/2019 15:49

Isn't this deal for the nano alone, not the nano developer kit like the …Isn't this deal for the nano alone, not the nano developer kit like the title currently suggests?



Add it to basket and it shows developer kit
polarbaba10/04/2019 15:51

Not sure how this fits into developers and hobbyists use cases.If you want …Not sure how this fits into developers and hobbyists use cases.If you want a powerful android box for emulation and such, use a Nvidia shield.If you want a great features, price, community and compatibility, then the PI.


It has a case that you can make with the box and you can buy many as theyre being made.
This is for developers. It is made for AI and hobby projects. It is what it was made for.

It also has Nvidia's Tegra X1 chip which is in the Shield.
Edited by: "Walgeon" 10th Apr
Walgeon6 m ago

It has a case that you can make with the box and you can buy many as …It has a case that you can make with the box and you can buy many as theyre being made. This is for developers. It is made for AI and hobby projects. It is what it was made for.It also has Nvidia's Tegra X1 chip which is in the Shield.


Its not a true x1 as it has less cuda cores, this chip is dead in all fairness. It must cost them a few bob to keep the lines running for this architecture. if we could get a tensor based Tegra, I'd jump on that
How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst conversion rate ever
Wonder if Yuzu is running on this yet?
Kinio10/04/2019 16:21

How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst …How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst conversion rate ever


$99 USD = £75 + 20% VAT = £91.20, so not far off
powerbrick10/04/2019 16:22

Wonder if Yuzu is running on this yet?


No chance. 5.0+GHz CPU struggle with Yuzu. CPU single-thread performance is key for emulation.
Magnets1 h, 34 m ago

Add it to basket and it shows developer kit


Thanks! (confusing webpage! - I had to watch a video review before I realised the flat board in the first picture is not a separate form factor but just the module that sits on top of the thing hosting all the USB ports etc.). Also took me a while to discover where the microSD slot is!
And now I shall buy one...
Scottc12310/04/2019 17:29

$99 USD = £75 + 20% VAT = £91.20, so not far off


This would be the case if this was sold by third party reseller that buy from nvidia and ship to UK, otherwise I don't see reason for paying both US and UK tax
Kinio2 m ago

This would be the case if this was sold by third party reseller that buy …This would be the case if this was sold by third party reseller that buy from nvidia and ship to UK, otherwise I don't see reason for paying both US and UK tax


well by the time you have flown over to buy one from usa yourself its not much of a saving is it?
Scottc1231 h, 28 m ago

No chance. 5.0+GHz CPU struggle with Yuzu. CPU single-thread performance …No chance. 5.0+GHz CPU struggle with Yuzu. CPU single-thread performance is key for emulation.


you're thinking in Windows mindset. Wait, what does the Switch use as its APU....
Edited by: "powerbrick" 10th Apr
Looks interesting but no way you'd get the community behind raspberry pi which I depend on a lot. Thanks for sharing.
hotukdealsuser31 m ago

Looks interesting but no way you'd get the community behind raspberry pi …Looks interesting but no way you'd get the community behind raspberry pi which I depend on a lot. Thanks for sharing.


It seems like they're investing a lot in this. I linked a channel and they've put out a lot of software already.

They are focusing on AI though
Be interesting to see what the community does with this in the future.
If this can do perfect N64, DC & Gamecube emulation then it could be the next best step up from the PI 3B+? The Odroid is OK but quite expensive.
GadgetButler9 m ago

If this can do perfect N64, DC & Gamecube emulation then it could be the …If this can do perfect N64, DC & Gamecube emulation then it could be the next best step up from the PI 3B+? The Odroid is OK but quite expensive.


Personally I'd say get a nvidia shield tv. It'd do it and way more.

But this great for projects.
Scottc12310/04/2019 17:30

No chance. 5.0+GHz CPU struggle with Yuzu. CPU single-thread performance …No chance. 5.0+GHz CPU struggle with Yuzu. CPU single-thread performance is key for emulation.


Would yuzu really need that much resource to emulate in this specific case, especially when the source and intended CPUs are pretty much identical? Including the tegra chip.
Kinio10/04/2019 16:21

How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst …How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst conversion rate ever


One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it depends on state it can be 0-10% but in the UK it's 20%
It's crazy high, I don't understand why people accept paying 20-25% on everything they buy than alcohol tax, sugar tax, TV tax, tobacco tax, council tax, income tax, etc British sure do seem to love taxation..

Still should be a bit cheaper
Edited by: "Norseg" 10th Apr
Kinio5 h, 48 m ago

How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst …How the hell $99 in USA translated to £95 in UK, that's one of the worst conversion rate ever


Brexit
Norseg10/04/2019 20:51

One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it …One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it depends on state it can be 0-10% but in the UK it's 20%It's crazy high, I don't understand why people accept paying 20-25% on everything they buy than alcohol tax, sugar tax, TV tax, tobacco tax, council tax, income tax, etc British sure do seem to love taxation..Still should be a bit cheaper


Then don't buy anything that's taxed
rev66 m ago

Then don't buy anything that's taxed


Where do I find someone who is selling some stuff which "fell of the back of a truck'
Norseg10/04/2019 20:51

One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it …One of the biggest reasons is Americans don't include sale tax since it depends on state it can be 0-10% but in the UK it's 20%It's crazy high, I don't understand why people accept paying 20-25% on everything they buy than alcohol tax, sugar tax, TV tax, tobacco tax, council tax, income tax, etc British sure do seem to love taxation..Still should be a bit cheaper


The americans pay 0-10% sales tax then spend 17.9% of their GDP on health insurance.
Cor, received mine already! Shiny!
Huh! Says shipping from the 29th but the one I ordered is out for delivery today already...
Ordered looking forward to a bit of AI
polarbaba10/04/2019 20:09

Would yuzu really need that much resource to emulate in this specific …Would yuzu really need that much resource to emulate in this specific case, especially when the source and intended CPUs are pretty much identical? Including the tegra chip.


Yes it would, you need to read about how emulation works. Emulation doesn't run the original machine code directly, you need the equivalent of several times the processing power of the original hardware to emulate the hardware in software; all of this needs to be done on a CPU.
Scottc12313 m ago

Yes it would, you need to read about how emulation works. Emulation …Yes it would, you need to read about how emulation works. Emulation doesn't run the original machine code directly, you need the equivalent of several times the processing power of the original hardware to emulate the hardware in software; all of this needs to be done on a CPU.


I know what you mean, that there is always an overhead, it's a matter of how much.
For example is a particular instruction doesn't exist in hardware, then you have to software emulate it, and hence it takes a lot of time.
In this case it should be much easier.. or less work ..

For example We're not doing a x86 to Arm RISC core... We're doing a similar generation arm RISC core to similar gen arm RISC core.
Scottc12324 m ago

Yes it would, you need to read about how emulation works. Emulation …Yes it would, you need to read about how emulation works. Emulation doesn't run the original machine code directly, you need the equivalent of several times the processing power of the original hardware to emulate the hardware in software; all of this needs to be done on a CPU.


Not entirely. Depends on the OS. Android is always improving in their emulation. Saturn being a prime example as systems unable to play it can now.

Its about the coding.

Even n64 plays differently depending on what you use.

This will definitely play many things others can't. Many demos on YouTube already show that. Given time and users it'll be one of the best next to the shield tv... Which is rumoured to get a new version this year.
Did anyone that ordered from around the 14th get a refund over the weekend? Apparently it's to do with it not being ready to deliver yet, I assume they'll just recharge me when they do end up posting
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