It has more than enough system resources to be a perfect little TOUCH SCREEN desktop device to replace my old Rotor Controller. And it can run 24/7 without requiring all the power hungry-ness of a normal computer.
It arrived today (Sunday! what? ok cool). I unboxed, plugged in power and a network cable on the same private network my desktop was plugged into which runs to the Yocto-Ethernet up on the tower, and then connected to the Yocto-3D. (see other posts on this blog for details on that stuff). I setup the WiFi also to get Windows updates and what-not.
I then downloaded my YoctoAzEl app from github, and ran it. And...wha lah, it just works! Wow! Coolness.
I have some application changes to make to accomodate my app on a TOUCH SCREEN a little better, but for the most part it works right out of the box.
Here's a little demo first view of the PIPO X9 running YoctoAzEl.