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Not just a tablet,

A Diskio Pi.

A new concept of hybrid machine, compatible Raspberry Pi 2/3 and Odroid XU4.
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Diskio Pi is a versatile touch computer, including a full HD screen, a sound amp, a USB hub and a battery.

Diskio Pi is not just a tablet, it's a versatile touch screen with a lot of capabilities:  
  • All-in-one solution for your favorite nano-pc
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 2/3 and Odroid XU4
  • OS available: Linux or Android, according to the motherboard
  • No special image/iso needed:
  • - Raspbian, Ubuntu
    - NOOBS, Arch
    - Raspbmc, Retropie...
  • No proprietary special code

Classic use

Prototyping use

Diskio Pi is GPIO compatible, so you can connect all your modules: Gyroscope, temperature sensor, light sensor...  
  • Prototyping tablet
  • Open-source hardware
  • External GPIO port available and pluggable
  • Slot integrated for your modules
  • Compatible with official Raspberry Pi camera
  • USB 2.0 Hub
Diskio Pi can also be used for home automation.  
  • Wall tablet available (optional)
  • - Mounting by magnets
    - Detachable device
  • POE+ Ethernet
  • Battery in option
  • Wifi with your own adapter
  • Etc.

Home automation use

Education use

  Diskio Pi is also designed for educators who want a playful material for their schoolchild.  
  • Easy to assemble
  • Easy to use
  • Lots of free education software (Scratch, Python-school...)
  • Open-source softwares and languages (HTML, Javascript, Python...)
  • IoT (internet of things) initiation with the GPIO use
  • Virtual or real keyboard, mouse or touchscreen...


Raspberry Pi 2:
Raspberry Pi 3:
    CPU: 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7
    RAM: 1GB LPDDR2 (900 MHz)
    Network: 10/100 Ethernet
    IO: 4× USB 2.0
    Camera: Camera interface (CSI)
    CPU: 1.2GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A53
    RAM: 1GB LPDDR2 (900 MHz)
    Network: 10/100 Ethernet, 2.4GHz 802.11n wireless, bluetooth
    IO: 4× USB 2.0
    Camera: Camera interface (CSI)

Odroid XU4:
    CPU: Samsung Exynos5422 ARM quad-core 2Ghz Cortex-A15 + quad-core 1.4Ghz Cortex-A7
    RAM: 2GB LPDDR3 (933 MHz)
    Network: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
    IO: 2 x USB 3.0 + 1 x USB 2.0

Pics of prototypes (Future version 0.2 CAD and 0.1)


Discovery of the Raspberry Pi
Several small server and multimedia player learning projects were performed.
First prototype
This model version 0.1 (17'') was built with an Orange Pi motherboard. Android or Debian are used freely.
Electronics and design study
A quotation of the study is now costed, and the feasibility studied. A prototype version 0.2 will be built.
Production and delivery
A second round of financing will be needed to raise funds for a small production run.
This was a creative period recovering laptop screens, and giving them a second life. My two secondary displays are from this recovery.
Combining a screen and nano-PC seemed a natural idea. It remained to find a tactile glass screen and fit out the system. The idea of ​​multi-board compatibility came next.
To optimize the electronic circuit, it is imperative that an engineer start everything from scratch to select reliable components, and design the daughterboard.
When the study and tests have been performed and validated, the next logical step will be to move to manufacturing, with delivery in kit form to reduce costs.

The founder

My name is Guillaume, I'm the founder of Diskio, the future company that will commercialize Diskio Pi. I was initially trained as an optician, and I worked in-store for ten years in Normandy and Paris, in France. So I learned the love of work well done, precision, and the sense of service.

After this direct selling period, I decided to give up this job in 2012 to go on a trip. I then bought a bike and went off to cross southern Europe, the Middle East and finally India. These six months have allowed me to make wonderful encounters, and see the world and life in a different light. On returning, I had no desire to resume my old job. Computers and hardware have always been a passion since my first Amstrad, followed by the Amiga 500. I learned Linux in the following years, and Raspberry Pi was a natural choice.


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