In August, 2015 I was offered the chance to beta test a new SoC board. Its name was Guitar and it was being produced by LeMaker, a team of hardware developers from Shenzen.
This was the first time that I was able to get my hands in a brand new product that hasn’t been mass-produced in order to test its capabilities and provide feedback to the development team. It was an amazing opportunity and I was able to learn a lot from it. Up to that moment, most of the Raspberry Pi clones that I had used proved to be a complete disappointment. However, the Guitar wasn’t any of those things.