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Enter our hacker board survey for a chance to win one of 26 SBCs

Jun 12, 2017 — 1,212 views
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Our hacker SBC survey is open through June 16. So far, the response is triple that of 2016, but that’s still a 1-in-50 chance to win one of 26 SBC prizes.

All-in-One panel PCs run Linux or Windows on Skylake and Bay Trail

Jun 9, 2017 — 938 views
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Aaeon’s rugged, Linux-ready OMNI-5000 AIO panel PCs include Celeron J1900 based 12.1- and 15-inch models and a Skylake-based, 21.5-inch system.

Ubuntu-driven TurtleBot gets a major rev with a Pi or Joule in the driver’s seat

Jun 9, 2017 — 1,454 views
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A new TurtleBot3 rev of the open source, Ubuntu/ROS-based robot kit is available in “Burger” and “Waffle” models with an RPi 3 or Intel Joule, respectively.

TI Sitara SoC for industrial Ethernet offers choice of dev boards

Jun 8, 2017 — 706 views
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TI’s Linux-driven, Cortex-A8 “Sitara AMIC110” SoC with PRU-ICSS is designed for multiprotocol industrial Ethernet and fieldbus communications.

Rugged i.MX6 SBC offers open source Linux and Android support

Jun 8, 2017 — 1,137 views
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NutsBoard.org’s upcoming 3.5-inch, i.MX6-based “Pistachio” SBC follows its recently released TI AM3352 based “Almond” COM, Walnut carrier, and mini-PC.

Amazon releases AWS Greengrass for local IoT processing on Linux devices

Jun 7, 2017 — 1,310 views
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Amazon released its AWS Lambda based “AWS Greengrass” IoT stack for Linux devices including the Raspberry Pi offers cloud sync and messaging while offline.

3.5-inch Apollo Lake SBC offers four USB 3.0 ports

Jun 7, 2017 — 1,448 views
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Axiomtek’s 3.5-inch, extended temp “CAPA312” SBC offers Apollo Lake SoCs, dual GbE ports, dual mini-PCIe slots, SATA and HDMI ports, and four USB 3.0 ports.

Raspberry Pi HAT does vital sign monitoring for $195

Jun 6, 2017 — 1,558 views
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ProtoCentral’s HealthyPi is a $195, open source HAT add-on for vital sign monitoring, including ECG/respiration, pulse oximetry, and temperature.

Expansion-minded Mini-ITX runs Linux on Apollo Lake

Jun 6, 2017 — 483 views
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DFI’s “Ali17x” industrial Apollo Lake Mini-ITX offers triple displays plus PCIe, mini-PCIe, M.2, and serial expansion, and optional 15-36V and -40 to 85°C.

Open spec Allwinner A64 hacker board runs Linux or Android

Jun 5, 2017 — 1,390 views
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[Updated: June 7] — Olimex has released its first 64-bit hacker board with the $56 A64-OLinuXino, featuring a quad -A53 SoC plus HDMI, GbE, USB, WiFi, and Bluetooth.

Android 7 dev board unlocks 10nm octa-core Snapdragon 835

Jun 5, 2017 — 1,700 views
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Intrinsyc’s “Open-Q 835” dev board showcases the octa-core Snapdragon 835 SoC, which is also headed for Android phones, and eventually, Windows laptops.

SMARC module and dev kit run Linux on dual-core Renesas SoC

Jun 2, 2017 — 378 views
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Mistral’s “RZ/G1E SMARC” module runs Yocto Linux on the 1GHz, dual -A7 Renesas RZ-G1E SoC with 4GB eMMC, Fast and Gigabit Ethernet, and an optional dev kit.

EPIC SBC supports Kaby Lake or Skylake

Jun 2, 2017 — 532 views
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Aaeon’s “EPIC-KBS7” SBC supports 6th or 7th gen Intel Core CPUs, and offers wide-range power, 2x GBE ports, 4x USB 3.0 ports, and SATA, HDMI, and mini-PCIe.