Most of the Raspberry Pi like developer boards available in the market are unable to run Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system. The SoildRun Q4 board is versatile in case of running different operating Systems. With the flexibility of being a PC or a cool gadget, the SolidRun can run multiple versions of the Windows 10. The ports, memory, storage and fast processor that are packed into the SolidPC Q4 makes it a viable Windows 10 PC. The PC is not at all costly with a price tag of $139 but here is the twist the Windows 10 operating system need to be purchased separately and that costs a whopping $119.
For a 64-bit version of the OS, the board computer needs to be configured to meet the minimum requirements which are 16 GB storage and 2 GB of RAM. There is 128 GB of internal flash storage and up to 8 GB of DDR3 Ram. New and smart devices like Internet of Things machines for industrial use, smart home devices and much more. Linux operating system and the free Windows 10 IoT core is also supported by the board. Based on the Braswell architecture the computer has an Intel Pentium N3710 chip which is also integrated into the Asus Chromebook C301SA laptop. That being said there is a potential for the board to run the open-source chromium OS.