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EAGLE3 PRO is the most powerful version of the EAGLE3 and, thanks to i5
2,6 GHz Dual Core processor (with Turbo Mode up to 3,5 GHz), 16 GB fast
RAM memory and increased storage space (SSD 500 GB) offer even more
power for very complex applications! All in a lightweight, compact and
designed to be installed IN your telescope and that comes with all the
advanced features of EAGLE3.
PRO offers the same advanced features of EAGLE3 (remote control, 8 USB
ports, 7 power out ports, etc) but with an even faster processor, more
RAM memory and a larger SSD disk. Everything to offer a very high computing power making the EAGLE3 PRO perfect also for the most demanding applications.
EAGLE3 offers exclusive features for advanced astrophotography, but
also all the power of a real computer (superior to a Mini PC) to allow
you to use any astrophotography software. In order to test its
performance, we used PCMark benchmark and compared EAGLE3/ EAGLE3 Q/
EAGLE3 S / EAGLE3 PRO with one of the many cheap Mini PCs on the market
(where we installed the same EAGLE3 operative system for a precise
results comparison). As you can see in the picture below, EAGLE3 offers
32% more performance than a common Mini PC with Intel Celeron N3160
processor, 4GB of RAM and SSD disk; EAGLE3 Q raises at +52%; EAGLE3 S
still raises the gap by bringing this difference to 82%; EAGLE3 PRO
boosts everything to a wonderful +130%!
Apollo Lunar Module (LM), originally designated the Lunar Excursion
Module (LEM), was the lander portion of the Apollo spacecraft built for
the US Apollo program to carry a crew of two from lunar orbit to the
surface and back. EAGLE is the name of Apollo 11 lunar module that, on
July 20, 1969, landed the first humans on the Moon, Americans Neil
Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
from: Wikipedia (picture: Eagle LEM on the Moon - NASA Apollo Archive)