UP 4000: Raspberry Pi clone with x86 processor

Deepak Gupta July 16, 2022
Updated 2022/07/16 at 4:19 PM

Despite the release of several mini PCs, the Raspberry Pi remains the most popular and probably the best-selling in the world. It is true that the Raspberry Pi could already have evolved a little, but the competition has taken advantage of these weaker points.

Today we are going to meet the UP 4000 which is a clone of the Raspberry Pi but which stands out for coming with an x86 processor.

UP 4000 is available in three versions

The UP 4000 is a small, versatile computer that closely resembles a Raspberry PI, but supports a variety of operating systems, including Windows 10 and Linux.

This new equipment is available for pre-order now for US$116 (about 115 euros) and should start shipping in August 2022.

Like the Raspberry Pi Model B, this tiny computer is about the size of a credit card, but it features pretty much everything a PC needs, except a screen, keyboard, and mouse.

AAEON offers models with up to 8GB of LPDDR4-2400 memory and up to 64GB of eMMC storage. The system is available with three processor versions:

  • Intel Celeron N3350: 2-core, 2-thread, 1.1GHz base / 2.4GHz burst, 6W TDP, Intel HD 500
  • Intel Pentium N4200: 4-core, 4-thread, 1.1GHz base / 2.5GHz burst / 6W TDP, Intel HD 505 graphics
  • Intel Atom x7-E3950: 4-cores, 4-threads, 1.6GHz base / 2GHz burst, 12W TDP, Intel HD 505 graphics

UP 4000: Raspberry Pi clone with x86 processor

The UP 4000 also comes with...

  • 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C (with DisplayPort 1.2 support)
  • 3x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
  • 2 x USB 2.0 Type-A
  • 1x HDMI 1.4b
  • 1x Gigabit Ethernet

UP 4000: Raspberry Pi clone with x86 processor

This card measures 85.6 x 56.5 mm (3.37″ x 2.22″) and prices range from $129 for a model with a Celeron processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage at $259 for an 8GB/64GB model with a Pentium processor. All models are on sale with a 10% discount for customers who pre-order by July 15, 2022.

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