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Alder Lake-P dev board offers multiple expansion interfaces and quad-display support

6 hours 54 min ago
AAEON unveiled yesterday the Up Xtreme 12 development board which can accommodate various Intel i-core 12th Gen processors. This SBC can support up to 32GB of LPDDR5, 2x M.2 2280 connectors, 1x SATA 3.0 interface, 1x 2,5 GbE LAN port and wireless connectivity.  The datasheet specifies that the Up Xtreme 12 can be ordered with […]

Mini-PC features Tiger Lake processors and up to 6x 2.5GbE LAN ports

Thursday 8th of December 2022 07:37:35 AM
The HUNSN RJ17 is a fanless mini-PC which supports the i7-1165G7 11th Gen Intel processor. The device is offered as barebone or it can be configured with up to 32GB of RAM and up to 512GB of SSD storage. The HUNSN RJ17 mini-PC is offered with the i7 or i5 processors using Intel’s 10nm SuperFin […]

Open-Source 8-Bit Gaming Console based on Arduino platform

Wednesday 7th of December 2022 06:54:28 AM
Kickstarter recently featured the Arduboy Mini which is an 8-bit video game console based on the Arduino platform. The tiny console includes more than 300 games and it can also be used to learn to code games using the tutorials from the Arduboy Community. As other Arduboy models released in the past (i.e. Arduboy FX), […]

Rugged Edge Mini-PC equipped with i.MX 8M Plus and dual 2.5GbE LAN ports

Monday 5th of December 2022 07:54:09 AM
Last week, iBASE released a fanless Mini-PC based on the quad-core i.MX 8M Plus processor from NXP. The ISR215 also includes one HDMI 2.0 port,  M.2 Key-B (3052) for 5G connectivity and it can be configured with up to 4GB LPDDR4/128GB eMMC.  The i.MX 8M Plus quad-processor was recently seen in a similar rugged PC […]

$10.80 RISC-V AIoT module supports Linux

Sunday 4th of December 2022 07:58:34 AM
The Sipeed M1s is a compact module integrating the Bouffalo Lab BL808 RISC-V SoC module along with a NPU. The device also provides WiFi/BL, 802.15.4 Zigbee connectivity and support for interfaces such as UART, I2C, SPI, etc. The Bouffalo Lab BL808 SoC was also seen on the Ox64 embedded platform that was released not so […]

Mini-PC integrates 12th Gen Alder Lake processor

Saturday 3rd of December 2022 06:12:45 AM
Minisforum recently launched a mini-PC powered by the 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900H processor. The NAD09 is offered as barebone or it can be configured with up to 64GB DDR4 and 2TB SSD. Additionally, the NAD9 Mini-PC includes 1x GbE LAN port, 4x displays supporting 4K@60Hz, 2x 2.5” SATA slots, etc.  Similar to the Morefine […]

ARMedONE Cluster board supports up to 28x Popular Computer Modules

Friday 2nd of December 2022 08:54:54 PM
The ARMedOne is a carrier board in E-ATX form-factor that can handle popular SO-DIMM computer modules like the Raspberry Pi CM3/CM4, Jetson Nano/Xavier/TX2 NX, NXP iMX8, etc. The product is expected to be released around mid-December 2022 on Kickstarter. The ARMedOne is a PC/Server mainboard capable of housing up to 28 computer modules from Raspberry […]

AXE300 is a Quad-Band 16-Stream Wi-Fi6 Router with 2x 10G ports

Thursday 1st of December 2022 09:16:42 PM
The Archer AXE300 from TP-LINK is a Quad-band Wi-Fi6/6E router supporting up to 15.6Gbps, OFDMA and MU-MIMO technology to provide fast connectivity to several devices at the same time. The device is also equipped with 4x GbE LAN ports, 1x 2.5Gbps WAN/LAN port and 2x 10Gbps WAN/LAN ports. The product page specifies that the Archer […]

Embedded platform integrates ESP32 module and RP2040 co-processor

Tuesday 29th of November 2022 07:55:04 AM
CrowdSupply recently featured the EsPiFF SBC designed for multimedia, firewall and NAS applications. The EsPiFF combines a ESP32-WROVER module for wireless connectivity and a RP2040 chip functioning as a coprocessor. The ESP32-WROVER module featured is likely to be the ESP32-WROVER-IE-N16R8 since it provides up to 16MB of Flash memory, 8MB of PSRAM and a connector […]

$59 Mini-router supports Ubuntu Server and Debian 11

Monday 28th of November 2022 07:27:08 AM
Radxa has released an updated version of the E25 mini-router unveiled earlier this year. The Radxa E25 is based on the RK3568 providing dual 2.5 GbE LAN ports, SATA support and optional wireless connectivity. As the NanoPi R5S mini-router released around May 2022, the Radxa E25 is also built around the RK3568 SoC made in […]

IoT Gateway equipped with i.MX8M Plus processor and dual GbE ports

Sunday 27th of November 2022 07:55:45 AM
Earlier this month, AAEON released an IoT Gateway targeting industrial edge gateway applications, Industry 4.0 and machine learning applications. The SRG-IMX8P is equipped with two GbE ports, 2x CAN-FD, 2x RS232/422/485 and support for wireless connectivity. The product page lists the i.MX8M Plus from NXP as the RISC processor of the SRG-IMX8P IoT Gateway. NXP […]

T-Mobile launches IoT Kit supporting 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and BLE

Saturday 26th of November 2022 07:55:41 AM
T-Mobile recently launched their first developer kit designed to speed up the development of IoT applications that require “transmitting small amounts of data over long periods of time.” The DevEdge is powered by a Cortex-M4 processor, wireless connectivity, diverse sensors and it runs on a Zephyr-based SDK. According to the datasheet, the DevEdge Dev Kit […]

Banana Pi introduces SenaryTech SN3680 based SBC

Friday 25th of November 2022 08:22:18 PM
Banana Pi’s new SBC board features the SenaryTech SN3680 SoC which combines a quad-core CPU, 6.75 TOPS NPU and a GE9920 GPU. The BPI-M6 also provides 4Kp60 display support, 1x GbE port, and optional wireless connectivity. The BPI-M6 mirrors the Raspberry Pi SBC design, however it’s powered by the Synaptics VS680 SoC which is populated […]

Ryzen Embedded 3000 based fanless PC equipped with up to 6x LAN ports

Thursday 24th of November 2022 12:06:08 AM
SolidRun recently unveiled an industrial-grade PC built around the AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000 processor. The Bedrock PC comes with up to 4x 2.5GbE LAN ports, 2x 10GbE LAN ports, 3x M.2 2280 sockets and optional wireless connectivity. According to the product page, the Bedrock PC integrates the 6 nm Zen 3 Ryzen V3C48 processor: Ryzen […]

Digi reveals XBee RR modules for flexible IoT connectivity

Tuesday 22nd of November 2022 05:35:23 PM
Earlier this month, Digi International launched the compact Digi XBee RR embedded platform which supports Zigbee 3.0, 802.15.4, DigiMesh and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The company is also offering the Digi IX15 IoT gateway/router to simplify IoT management.  There are two variants of this new IoT module, they are the Digi XBee RR and the […]

FPD-LINK III camera features full HD global shutter

Monday 21st of November 2022 06:01:12 AM
Last week, e-con Systems introduced their first FPD-LINK III camera module for embedded vision applications. The NeduCAM25 integrates an AR0234 2MP sensor able to capture fast-moving scenes at 120 frames per seconds. According to the product page, the NeduCAM25 is based on the Semi AR0234 which is a 1/2.6inch 2-Megapixels CMOS digital image sensor offering […]

Ryzen 5/7 based Mini-PC offers 4x 2.5GbE LAN ports

Monday 21st of November 2022 04:27:14 AM
Topton is offering a Mini-PC sold as barebones or configured with up to 64GB DDR4/2TB NVMe. The TP-X4F also offers triple 4K @60Hz displays, three M.2 2280 NVMe for SSD storage and an it integrates an active cooling system. The AMD processors found on this TP-X4F are based on the TSMC 7nm FinFET process node.  […]

$119.00 Pocket Router supports Wi-Fi 6

Sunday 20th of November 2022 02:43:05 AM
SeeedStudio launched this week a compact router powered by the quad-core Rockchip RK3568. The LinkStar-H68K-1432 router offers dual 2.5 GbE ports, dual GbE ports, one HDMI port and SATA 3.0 support via USB Type-C. According to the product page, the LinkStar-H68K features the Rockchip RK3568 at its core.  Rockchip RK3568 — Quad-core 64-bit Cortex-A55 (up […]

OnLogic expands Raspberry Pi-powered industrial computing devices

Friday 18th of November 2022 02:20:03 PM
OnLogic just unveiled the Factor 200 Series which is built around the Raspberry Pi CM4. The new Factor is very similar to the Factor 201 released earlier this year, except that this version also includes a 2.7” capacitive touchscreen plus analog I/Os (DIO & AIO). As its predecessor, the Factor 202 is powered by the […]

SB Components introduces SquaryPi & SquaryFi for portable embedded apps

Tuesday 15th of November 2022 11:53:30 PM
Last week, SB Components released the SquaryPi and SquaryFi embedded platforms which are based on the RP2040 silicon and the ESP-12E respectively. Both devices feature a 1.54” LCD display along with various interfaces. The company is also offering an expansion PCB board to add and mix these embedded devices.   As mentioned before, the SquaryPi […]

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