LattePanda 3 Delta released outside crowdfunding campaign as another Raspberry Pi alternative powered by an Intel x86 processor and 8 GB of RAM
The LattePanda 3 Delta will soon be available through a third-party retailer, rather than on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. To recap, the single-board computer (SBC) launched on Kickstarter in November 2021, during which it raised nearly US$250,000 from backers. Although the company hoped to start shipping the LattePanda 3 Delta in March 2022, it seems that some backers are only just receiving their units.
As far as we can tell, the LattePanda 3 Delta remains unchanged from Kickstarter units. Hence, the SBC features the Intel Celeron N5105, a Jasper Lake processor based on a 10 nm node with a 10 W TDP. For reference, the Celeron N5105 has four CPU cores that operate at between 2.0-2.9 GHz but lack Intel Hyper-Threading support. Also, Intel includes a UHD Graphics iGPU with 24 Execution Units (EUs) and an 800 MHz peak clock speed.
Elsewhere, the LattePanda 3 Delta has 8 GB of LPDDR4 RAM, 64 GB of eMMC 5.1 flash storage and two M.2 slots for adding an NVMe SSD or a modem for mobile connectivity. Unsurprisingly, the SBC contains numerous ports and connectors too, which LattePanda has outlined in the screenshots below. According to DFRobot, the LattePanda 3 Delta will be available without a Windows license for US$279. Alternatively, the retailer will sell the SBC for US$339 with a Windows 10 IoT Enterprise License. However, the SBC also supports Linux distributions and Windows 11.