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Box PC packs Rockchip X3588 chipset and runs on Android 12.0

Tuesday 27th of September 2022 06:20:25 AM
Polywell Computers recently unveiled a fanless Box PC integrating the Rockchip 3588 SoC to target digital kiosks, network security and other commercial applications. The X58 Box PC offers up to 8GB of RAM, 64GB of eMMC storage, dual GbE LAN ports and onboard wireless connectivity. The RK3588 SoC consists of a quad-core A76 (up to […]

ESP32 based board targets smart home applications

Monday 26th of September 2022 06:14:39 AM
The RelayFi is a soon to be launched board featuring an ESP32-WROOM SoC and 4 channel relays to control up to 4 high-voltage devices. The RelayFi is also compatible with Alexa, Google assistant and other single board computers.  The RelayFi seems to feature the ESP32-WROOM-32D module which is enabled with 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth […]

Mini PC enabled by Pentium N6415 processor, dual GbE ports and Wi-Fi 6E

Sunday 25th of September 2022 12:37:15 AM
The ZBOX edge CI342 is a fanless Mini PC built around the Pentium N6415 processor along with Intel UHD graphics. The Mini PC supports up to 32GB of RAM, one M.2 2242/2280 socket and Wi-Fi 6E/Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. The processor found on the ZBOX edge CI343 offers the following features: Pentium-N6415 — 4C/4T, 1.2GHz – 3.0 […]

Banana Pi BPI-PicoW-S3 launched for $5.50

Friday 23rd of September 2022 06:54:25 PM
SinoVoip Co. launched today a new IoT board based on the ESP-S3 SoC. The BPI-Pico W-S3 is enabled with a 240MHz processor, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi/Bluetooth 5.0, ultra low-power mode and up to 27 GPIOs.  As in the recently released BPI-Leaf-S3, the BPI-PicoW-S3 features the Xtensa 32-bit LX7 dual-core processor with clock frequency up to 240MHz. The […]

Teensy 4.1_NE swaps ethernet support for more I/Os

Friday 23rd of September 2022 06:55:52 AM
PJRC recently released a Teensy 4.1 variant without ethernet support but with more I/Os. The new Teensy 4.1_NE comes with the same processor as the Teensy 4.0, in this case a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M7 processor from NXP.  The Teensy 4.1_NW features the NXP iMXRT1062 Cortex-M7 processor. The processor has a default frequency of 600MHz but […]

Sony Starvis based GigE camera supports PoE

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 06:39:35 AM
The e-RouteCAM_CU20 is a 2MP PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) GigE camera developed by e-con Systems. Additionally, the device integrates a high performance ISP to target low light applications.     According to the datasheet, the RouteCAM_CU20 is a two board solution. The base board features an ethernet transceiver and an 8P PoE RJ45 connector. The other board […]

New Khadas Edge2 integrates Rockchip RK3588S and it launches at $199

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 06:59:46 AM
Khadas officially launched the Edge2 SBC featuring the powerful octa-core Rockchip RK3588S SoC along with a 6 TOPS performance NPU. The device is available in two models which offer upgradable RAM and storage capacity. The Edge is available in two versions, Basic and Pro. The Basic version comes with 8GB of RAM and 32GB of […]

AI Vision dev kit based on Allwinner V853 SoC includes 7″ LCD and dual cameras

Tuesday 20th of September 2022 06:14:57 AM
Crowd Supply recently featured an open-source V853 Development board accommodating the high-performing V853 System-on-Chip (SoC). This device provides a 7” MIPI LCD, dual camera modules and many other peripherals to target AI-Vision applications. The V853 Dev board comes in a 4-layer PCB featuring a Cortex-A7 core (up to 1GHz), a RISC-V E906 core (up to […]

GPS-RTK Raspberry Pi Hat offers high precision positioning in real-time

Sunday 18th of September 2022 09:19:18 PM
SB-Components recently launched a Raspberry Pi Hat integrating the ZED-F9P module which is a GNSS receiver that can simultaneously measure signals from constellations such as GLONASS, GPS, Galileo and BeiDou with 0.2 meters accuracy.  The ZED-F9P is a positioning module that combines real time kinematics (RTK) and multi-band GNSS technology for applications that require centimeter-level […]

Schoko Computer equipped with Lattice FPGA and runs on Linux

Saturday 17th of September 2022 06:58:52 AM
The Schoko Computer is a general-purpose computer featuring the Lattice ECP5 FPGA which can be configured as a RISC-V SoC capable of running Linux. The device is hand-assembled by the German company Machdyne and they ensured to provide support for firmware, software and other open-source tools. The ECP5 FPGA from Lattice Semiconductors found on the […]

RK3588 SoC based TV Box supports 8K@60fps resolution

Friday 16th of September 2022 06:33:56 AM
The H96 MAX V58 is a TV Box equipped with the octa-core Rockchip RK3588 System on Chip (SoC) which features up to 8GB of RAM and up to 64GB of eMMC storage. The device supports dual band Wi-Fi 6 and a single GbE LAN port for fast connectivity. The H96 MAX V58 base model comes […]

Industrial IoT gateway based on Raspberry Pi CM4 supports Ignition Edge

Thursday 15th of September 2022 05:52:10 AM
OnLogic’s IGN800 is a fanless industrial-grade Edge Gateway powered by the Raspberry Pi CM4 and pre-loaded with Ignition Edge software. The device can be customized with up to 8GB of RAM, 32GB of eMMC storage, 2TB of SATA SSD and dual GbE LAN ports. The IGN800 accommodates the Raspberry Pi CM4 which features the Quad-Core […]

de next-TGU8 SBC features Tiger Lake-UP3 processor and dual LAN ports

Wednesday 14th of September 2022 05:45:23 AM
The de next-TGU8 is a compact size Single Board Computer integrating an on-board 11th Gen processor from Intel. The SBC comes with 16GB of onboard RAM and it supports dual displays, a SATA 3 port, dual GbE LAN ports, etc.  The  de next-TGU8 features the same processor found in other recent AAEON products, (i.e. RBX-I2000). […]

Fanless Mini-PC features up to 4x 2.5GbE LAN ports and Elkhart Lake processor

Tuesday 13th of September 2022 05:04:15 AM
The NX6412-4L is a Mini-PC equipped with Intel’s Elkhart Lake Celeron J5412 processor developed by Maxtang. This fanless mini-PC offers flexible connectivity including up to four 2.5GbE LAN ports, Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth connectivity and a slot for SIM cards. The processor found on the NX6412-4L is the Elkhart Lake J6412 processor which has been featured in […]

Vision Box AI features NVIDIA’s 64GB AGX Orin GPU module

Monday 12th of September 2022 12:22:12 AM
German-based Imago Technologies recently unveiled an ultra-high performance General-Purpose GPU vision system designed for intensive applications such as AI and Computer Vision. The fanless Vision Box AI offers access to 12 Arm CPU cores, 64GB of RAM and up to 275 TOPS. The Vision Box AI integrates the latest Jetson AGX Orin 64GB model from […]

RGBD/ToF 3D cameras compatible with MCUs and support ROS1/ROS2

Sunday 11th of September 2022 01:10:36 AM
The MetaSense A075V and the MetaSense A010 are two open-source and low-cost Time of Flight (ToF) cameras designed to interface with microcontrollers and ROS1/ROS 2 based platforms. Both devices have an operating depth range from 0.2 to 2.0m (2.5m on A075V model) with less than 1 cm accuracy. According to the product page, the MetaSense […]

Mini-PC features Jasper Lake processor, Wi-Fi 6E and dual HDMI ports with 4K support

Friday 9th of September 2022 07:46:25 AM
The GMKtec Nucbox 5 Pro is a Mini-PC packed with Intel’s 11th Gen N5105 Celeron processor and it runs on Windows 11 Pro. The device comes with dual HDMI ports supporting 4K resolution, one GbE LAN port, Wi-Fi 6E/BL 5.2 connectivity and other features. Similarly to the GK3V Mini-PC featured recently, GMKtec is built around […]

3.5” SBC packs 12th Gen chipset and dual channel 4800MHz DDR5

Thursday 8th of September 2022 06:57:52 AM
Aaeon recently released their first 3.5” SubCompact board equipped with dual-channel DDR5 SODIMMs. The GENE-ADP6 integrates Intel’s 12th Gen/Celeron processors and flexible connectivity to suit AI edge computing applications. The GENE-ADP6 accommodates the following 12th Gen Alder Lake-P processors along with Intel’s Irix Xe Graphics for some of the models.  i7-1270PE —  12C/16T, 3.30 – […]

ROCK 4 SE Single Board Computer goes on sale for ~$70

Tuesday 6th of September 2022 06:32:18 PM
The ROCK 4 SE Single Board Computer (SBC) is powered by the hexa-core Rockchip RK3399-T processor along with the Arm Mali T860 GPU. The device comes with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, an HDMI port with 4Kp60 support, Wi-Fi 5/BT5.0 connectivity and expandable storage via eMMC module and a M.2 connector. The Rockchip RK3399-T SoC features […]

ESP32-S3 development board integrates OV2640 camera and mPCIe slot

Tuesday 6th of September 2022 06:56:58 AM
LilyGO’s T-SIMCAM is a development board featuring the ESP32-S3 System on Chip (SoC) enabled with Wi-Fi and BLE support. Additionally, this compact board features the OV2640 camera module, a SIM card slot and a mPCIe slot for T-PCIE SIM modules. The SoC found on the T-SIMCAM is the ESP32-S3R8 which features a dual-core LX7 Tensilica […]

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