ZimaBoard is a low-cost single-board server designed for makers and geeks.
Zimaboard has both the expandability of an x86 SBC and the appropriate power of a microserver. With ZimaBoard, you can setup a 4 Terabyte personal cloud in 5 minutes, configure a secure VPN to protect your digital footprint, tune your network with OpenWrt and pfSense, build a 4K media server that runs with Plex, share and collaborate with team members on your files, or upgrade your smart projects across different systems.
ZimaBoard is created by makers who got tired of recurring fees, unfriendly presets, and isolated systems. We want to make the home digital experience more attractive and affordable.
- Model: ZimaBoard 232/432/832
- CPU: Intel Celeron N3350 Dual Core 1.1-2.4GHz (232 Model), or Intel Celeron N3450 Quad Core 1.1-2.2GHz (432 & 832 Model)
- RAM: 2G/4G/8G LPDDR4
- Onboard Storage: 32GB eMMC
- HDD/SSD: 2x SATA 6.0 Gb/s Ports
- LAN: 2x GbE LAN Ports
- USB: 2x USB 3.0
- PCle: 1x PCle 2.0 4x
- Display: 1x Mini-DisplayPort 1.2 4k@60Hz
- TDP: 6W
- Dimensions: (W x D x H) 138.7 x 81.4 x 34.9 mm
- Weight: 278g
- Other Feature: Passive Cooling
- Intel VT-d, VT-x, AES-NI
- Support 4K video transcoding
- H.264 (AVC), H.265 (HEVC), MPEG-2, VC-1
- Pre-installed OS: CasaOS (Based on Debian)
- Compatible OS: Linux / Windows / OpenWrt / pfSense / Android / Libreelec
- 1x ZimaBoard 232/432/832
- 1x SATA Cable
- 1x 12V/3A Power Adapter
Nothing to complain about. All my thanks to all the team that build up IceWhale because every part of the team is important to provide this excellent experience.
The OS is nice - but the docker apps are not built well and not easy to configure custom info. also there is no appearing way to enter the shell in an interactive mode.
the hardware is basic and in good price. it is not enough for my needs but i understand how it is enough for many instances and usage.
ZimaBoard - Single Board Server for Creators
Just a suggestion if you can make one of the Ethernet port POE I think this will be a great addition
Love it as a home server, I hope it will be reliable too.
Designing and 3d printing a bracket was pretty tricky.
Love your stuff, keep making new products!