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Now comes with Raspberry Pi competitor with 1GHz ARMv7 soc
The company has announced the SolidRun HummingBoard mini-PC. The developers board will compete with the Raspberry Pi and is available in three models, including a version equipped with a dual-core ARMv7 soc.
The HummingBoard-i1 that $ 49 or 36 euros, cost is the entry level. This provides 512MB RAM, a single core i.MX6 Solo soc which includes a GC880 GPU. The memory communicates via a 32bit bus and achieves according SolidRun 800Mbit / s. The ARMv7-soc is clocked at 1GHz and supports Neon instruction.
The HummingBoard-i2 costs $ 75, about 55 euros, and offers relative to an entry-level dual-core soc and 1GB RAM with a 64bit data bus. The most expensive model, the HummingBoard-i2eX, also offers a dual-core soc and has a gigabit ethernet connection instead of a 100Mbit/s-versie. The GPU is more powerful four shaders. Also, the transfer rate of the memory is with 1066Mbit / s higher. The HummingBoard-i2eX will cost 99 dollars, or 72 euros.
Compared to the Raspberry Pi HummingBoard-i2eX includes support for PCI Express and mSATA II. This version also includes two USB 2.0 headers and an IR sensor on the sign. The three models all use a HDMI 1.4 output, two USB 2.0 ports, a coaxial S / PDIF output and a micro sd card reader. Also support for RTC unit is present.Viewing:-328
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