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Crowdfunding Spotlight: IBOX

Crowdfunding Spotlight: IBOX

Mar 12, 2014

Given their rather simple construction and it is still a developing market, single board computers are a popular item on crowdfunding websites these days. Single board computers are devices such as the Apple TV, Raspberry Pi, or, technically, even the Chromecast. Unfortunately, many of these projects are simply underpowered, cheap money grab attempts, and there are very few innovative ideas; which is partly responsible for the small number of established names in this field.

This week’s Crowdfunding Spotlight shines on an established idea with a creative twist. Enter the IBOX, a single board computer that is powerful, stylish, and comes with a 32-pin multi-function expansion interface. That last item might not seem like a big deal, but for the more tech savvy this is something that is incredibly useful. With the help of a breadboard and some minor soldering now this tiny micro-PC can display all sorts of laboratory instruments or other technology accessories.

The IBOX is comparable with many Arduino cores which add to it’s versatility, and the possibilities of it’s use are endless. It is also a legitimate desktop entertainment box with the included HDMI out and the IndieGoGo webpage has links to different operating systems depending on it’s use. There are two kinds of Android listed as well as a lightweight version of Linux. On the front of the box is an IR sensor which will make the box compatible with remotes, and the SD expansion slot ensures that the movies will never stop coming.

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In terms of being a straight up computer, the specs may seem slight, but the dual-core processor and 1GB RAM will be enough to power the lightweight Linux through single-application processes. This is especially useful for possibly an educational setting where just a few small apps are being used, and for the basement tinkerer the IBOX has the possibility of becoming a vital, cheap tool.

Speaking of the cost the IBOX was debuting with products shipped at donations as low as $50, but that has climbed up to $70 with what I would guess as a final retail price somewhere below $100. This puts it more expensive than it’s closest rival, the Raspberry Pi, but it is close enough where it’s aesthetic and performance advantages could be enough to persuade potential buyers.

Joseph Bertolini
Joseph is an Mechanical Engineering student at The Ohio State University as well as an amateur photographer.
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