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Full-sized Arduino Uno clone adds Grove expansion, shrinks price to $7

Jul 21, 2017 — 1,173 views
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Seeed Studio’s $7 “Seeeduino V4.2” board is a full-sized Arduino Uno clone with a micro-USB host port, Uno-style expansion headers, and 3x Grove interfaces.

Gigabyte jumps into SBC market with 3.5-inch Apollo Lake model

Jul 21, 2017 — 672 views
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Gigabyte’s “GA-SBCAP3350” SBC is equipped with a dual-core Celeron N3350, plus 2x GbE, SATA, and USB 3.1 ports, and HDMI, mSATA, and mini-PCIe.

Tiny Arduino clone starts at $14

Jul 20, 2017 — 1,685 views
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A 15 x 15mm “Arduino Pico” board has launched on Kickstarter with a Leonardo-compatible 16MHz ATMEGA32U4 chip and a micro-USB port.

Low cost Cortex-A9 SBC offers GbE and up to 28K FPGA logic cells

Jul 19, 2017 — 1,281 views
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MYIR’s 91 x 63mm, $69 “Z-turn Lite” SBC runs Linux on a Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC, with up to 28K FPGA logic cells and single or dual Cortex-A9 CPU cores.

Linux-ready COM supports up to 16-core Xeon-D

Jul 18, 2017 — 708 views
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Portwell’s “PCOM-B700G” is a COM Express Type 7 Basic module with Intel’s 5th Gen Xeon or Pentium CPUs, plus dual 10GbE ports and up to 32x PCIe links.

Linux-based automation controller offers choice of RPi, NanoPi, and UP cores

Jul 18, 2017 — 1,425 views
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[Updated: July 19] — Techbase has revised its ModBerry 500 controller to the RPi CM3, and has added M700 and M1000 models based on the NanoPi M2 Plus and UP boards, respectively.

Alexa-ready digital alarm clock radio runs Linux on hackable Chip Pro

Jul 17, 2017 — 834 views
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PAI’s “Sandman Doppler” is an Alexa-enabled smart alarm clock and music streamer that runs Linux on the Chip Pro COM, and offers 6x USB charging ports.

Android signage computer taps new quad Cortex-A17 SoC

Jul 17, 2017 — 502 views
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VIA’s ALTA DS 4K signage box-PC runs Android 5.1.1 on a Zhaoxin ZX-2000 SoC, and offers dual Ethernet plus simultaneous decoding of 4K and HD video streams.

Fanless Kaby Lake computer offers SATA, M.2, and dual GbE ports

Jul 14, 2017 — 1,044 views
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Habey’s Linux-friendly “BIS-6862” embedded PC offers 7th Gen Core U-series CPUs, a SATA 3.0 bay, -20 to 60°C support, dual GbE ports, and M.2 and SIM slots.

SMARC module runs Android or Linux on the Snapdragon 820

Jul 14, 2017 — 577 views
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iWave’s SMARC 2.0 “Snapdragon 820 SOM” features 3GB LPDDR4, 32GB eMMC, WiFi, and Bluetooth, plus I/O including GbE, HDMI 2.0, MIPI-CSI, USB 3.0, and PCIe.

Open spec GoPiGo robot kit rev’d with more sensors and new Linux distro

Jul 13, 2017 — 1,022 views
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The Dexter Industries, Raspberry Pi based “GoPiGo3” robot kit has more sensors, better durability and motor control, and new DexterOS and Bloxter software.

10 top Raspberry Pi HATs to doff your cap to

Jul 13, 2017 — 2,040 views
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Here are 10 of the most interesting HAT add-on boards for the Raspberry Pi, covering audio, robotics, wireless, IoT, and more.

i.MX7 module features eMMC, dual GbE, extended temps

Jul 13, 2017 — 411 views
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Kontron’s “SMARC-sAMX7” module runs Yocto Linux on an i.MX7 SoC with up to 64GB eMMC, dual GbE controllers, -20 to 85°C support, and an optional eval board.