In this video, we take a look at Android running on the al new Rock Pi X from Radxa. Is it worth installing and using on this X86 SIngle Board Computer?
It’s capable of running Windows 10, Linux, Android and basically, any other operating system that supports X86.
With the same Form factor as the Raspberry pi is it any better? With an Intel Aton Z8350 CPU and up to 4GB of ram on paper it looks like a good Raspberry pi 4 competitor but how does it really perform?

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Rock Pi X Specs:
* X86 SBC which can run both Windows and Linux distributions
* Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Quad-Core X86 processor in a compact-sized Raspberry Pi form factor
* Rich I/O peripherals for better connectivity
* 40-Pin expansion header for project expandability
* 802.11 ac Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 4.2 to realize IoT projects
* Supports PD 2.0 and QC 3.0 power input
* PoE support with additional PoE HAT
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