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PcDuino. Cubieboard. OLinuXino-Micro ARM9 Linux board available at Mouser. Low cost ARM computers. By Ketil Malde; June 15, 2012 The ARM CPU is one of the oldest RISC architectures, dating back to the Acorn.

Low cost ARM computers

Although MIPS and PowerPC still hold some territory among embedded systems, ARM is by all indications the most ubiquitous architecture for general computing. Until the $25 Raspberry PI, ARM computers tended to cost as much as a low end PC, and thus they were mostly for enthusiasts. With prices well below the $100 mark, a large market for low power devices seems to be emerging. The ones I’ve looked at comes with either an ARM11 (which confusingly enough is an incarnation of the ARMv6 architecture) or a Cortex-A (ARMv7) CPU.

Raspberry Pi (R-PI R PI)

UDOO. Banana Pi is a Raspberry Pi Compatible Board fitted with an AllWinner A20 SoC. So you’ve got a Raspberry Pi board, an enclosure, and a few add-on boards.

Banana Pi is a Raspberry Pi Compatible Board fitted with an AllWinner A20 SoC

Your application would however do with some more processing power, or you’d like to run Android, but you don’t want to have to purchase accessories all over again for another board. Official Website. Odroid-X, une plateforme de développement basée sur Ice Cream Sandwich à 129 dollars - FrAndroid - Android. Tony Balt • le 13 juillet 2012 à 17:00 13 juillet 2012 HardKernel remet le couvert avec sa nouvelle solution low-cost basée sur la version d’Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich au tarif de 129 dollars.

Odroid-X, une plateforme de développement basée sur Ice Cream Sandwich à 129 dollars - FrAndroid - Android

Appelée plateforme de développement, l’Odroid-X est une carte mère regroupant une suite de composants qui constituent la presque totalité d’un terminal, mais en retirant l’écran, la batterie et la coque. En option, il est aussi possible d’y ajouter une caméra, une mémoire eMMC.. même si l’emplacement pour les cartes SD peut aisément la remplacer. Will the $49 Android PC help bridge the digital divide? Mobile broadband is on the rise, and so is the world’s Internet user base.

Will the $49 Android PC help bridge the digital divide?

But that’s not the complete picture. A digital divide still exists, particularly in developing economies, where access to online resources is limited to an elite few. Sometimes, this is economically driven, although sometimes political — such as in North Korea, where statistically 0% of the population have Internet access. VIA Technologies plans to bridge the digital divide through a very cheap personal computer powered by Android. The aPC — or “Android PC” — costs just $49, but it provides a “complete PC experience at the fraction of the cost.” The aPC runs on a custom Android system, which is built for keyboard and mouse input. Android Mini PC MK802. History and models[edit] MK802: Original design with A10 CPUMK802+: Uses A10s CPU with RAM increased to 1 GB[1]MK802 II: Modified form and slightly increased processor speed[2]MK802 III: A new design featuring a Rockchip RK3066, a dual-core ARM CPU (Cortex-A9 at 1.6 GHz), Mali GPU and 4 GB or 8 GB flash storage that runs Android 4.1.MK802 IIIs: Added Bluetooth support, soft power-off function and XBMC support.MK802 IV: Released in May 2013, a new design featuring a Rockchip RK3188, a quad-core ARM CPU (Cortex-A9 at 1.6 GHz), 2 GB of RAM, 400 MHz Mali GPU and 8 GB of flash storage that runs Android 4.2.[3][4] Connectors[edit] HDMImini or micro USB 2.0USB 2.0microSD slotPower via micro-USB OTG.

Home - Gadgeteer. A new way to make sophisticated devices Even someone with little or no electronics background can build devices made up of components like sensors, lights, switches, displays, communications modules, motor controllers, and much more.

Home - Gadgeteer

Just pick your components, plug them into a mainboard and program the way they work together. .NET Gadgeteer uses the .NET Micro Framework to make writing code for your device as easy as writing a desktop, Web or Windows Phone application. An open source and open hardware community project If you're building projects with .NET Gadgeteer, you'll find inspiration and product information on this site. If you're interested in building .NET Gadgeteer hardware, you can find hardware interface specifications and core libraries at A variety of hardware vendors are building components for .NET Gadgeteer, so you’ll have a huge assortment of modules to choose from. Objets connectés, avez-vous donc une âme ?- Video et slides de présentation de la session. « Objets connectés, avez-vous donc une âme ?

Objets connectés, avez-vous donc une âme ?- Video et slides de présentation de la session.

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