I’ve been following these projects for a few weeks, and I wanted to share them with you. I know it’s still hard to get your hands on the official Compute Module IO Board, but maybe you won’t have to, if you’re able to get your hands on one of these unique and awesome other boards!

Some of them are released under the Open Source Hardware License, so you could even build them or make improvements to them on your own. Other ones are still in concept or prototype phase, but whatever the case, I’m excited about all of them and will be tracking these and more new boards in this GitHub issue:


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Also check out the videos I referenced in this video:

– Raspberry Pi Cluster with the Turing Pi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgVz4-SEhbE
– Raspberry Pi 400 Teardown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqpylxLhw98
– Raspberry Pi SATA NAS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWev1THtA04

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00:00 – Pi PCIe Card Database
01:10 – GitHub issue tracking CM4 Projects
01:17 – BG5USN’s PiTray Mini
01:58 – Turing Pi V2
03:11 – CM4 Micro ATX Motherboard
04:41 – Gumstix IO board with M.2 slot
05:10 – Gumstix CM4 to CM3 slot adapter
05:57 – PiKeeb
06:43 – StereoPi V2
07:13 – mebs_t Pi CM4 NAS board + case
08:19 – Uptime Lab CM4 1U Blade Server
08:51 – Piunora
10:14 – Possibilities
10:51 – CM4 Availability
12:21 – Open Source Hardware
13:05 – Working in the open
14:07 – Baby Launch Upcoming!