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COMPLETED Banana Pi M5 Giveaway!

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Enter for a chance to WIN a Banana Pi M5!


SinoVoip , one of Armbian's Platinum Partners has teamed up with Armbian to give away one of their Banana Pi M5 boards to one lucky winner!

 

Get your free raffle ticket today and enter to win!

 

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While your here, feel free to comment down below what you would do with the board if you win!

 

Armbian is always looking for new volunteers for many positions, if you have time to volunteer, consider applying for one of the open positions!

 

Also check out all the great videos on Armbian and single board computers done by @NicoD on YouTube!

 

To enter you need to sign-up  to the Armbian Forum and wait one day (24 hours) to pass the bot check and then you can enter the contest!

 

*Prizes will be fulfilled and sent directly by SinoVoip once a winner is chosen and their address received. Be sure you are able to receive parcels from China. Armbian and SinoVoip will not  be responsible for any customs  duties or additional fees associated with delivery or import of  the prize.

 


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Good luck to everyone 😁, i will make first a server and then maybe i will make a KVM to open my PC when I'm on vecations to check some things from my laptop!!! 😅 

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Hello community and good luck! This is my first post.

 

I've been using Armbian in Nanopi Duo and Raspi4 for quite a while. I'd substitute the RPi4 in my custom homemade laptop for the BPi M5.

 

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