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Old 04-05-2009, 08:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Overo Fire COM (Computer on Module) Runs OpenGL + DSP + Linux


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The Overo Fire COM is the top of the line in the Overo series from Gumstix.com , at least at the moment. It contains not only built-in Wifi 802.11b/g capabilities but also BlueTooth capabilities on board. Coupled with the TI OMAP-3530 processor it is a powerhouse machine for both embedded applications and for personal general purpose linux computing!

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