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Old 11-29-2013, 08:11 AM   #1
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Arduino compatible $39 SBC runs Linux on x86


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Arduino compatible $39 SBC runs Linux on x86
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DM&P Group has begun shipping an Arduino compatible boardset and mini-PC equipped with a new computer-on-module based on a new 300MHz x86 compatible Vortex86EX system-on-chip. The new SoC and COM are available as part of a $39 “86Duino Zero” boardset that mimics an Arduino Leonardo, in a $49 “86Duino Educake” mini-PC, and will soon be available in a more I/O-rich, $69 “86Duino One” boardset.

DM&P has been minting its low-power, x86-based Vortex processors for the embedded market for over a decade. The Vortex86EX SOM-128-EX COM is built around DM&P’s most recent Vortex SoC, the Vortex86EX, which appears to replace the similarly 300MHz Vortex86SX for low-power applications. The Vortex86EX chip began shipping in September, according to an email from DM&P’s Anthony Lu. (DM&P also offers faster, 1GHz Vortex86DX and Vortex86MX processors, with the latter adding a GPU.)
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