I wish to have more technical information on the Edge V (Pro).
I don’t yet have this device, can you please help me solving my pre-sales questions?
Running a stock Debian/Ubuntu CL-only (no heavy GUI): can you (if you have Edge V) measure the file copy speed from an UHS-I (or UHS-II) microSD in the onboard card reader, to the onboard M2 NVMe SSD?
UHS-I cards has a theoretical max read of 104MBps, and UHS-II has 312MBps. M2 SSD has even higher throughput, so my interest is the circuit’s bottleneck here.
How fast could I copy huge video files from a speedy microSD card to the speedy M2 SSD? So what’s the board’s limitation here?
I’d add an M2 SSD for storage. Is there any way to use this device passively as a Mass storage device?
I wish to plug this into my computer and copy files from the M2 SSD. How can I do this?
(Very very, hm. very very preferrably without separately powering the board)
Thank you very much!