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Old 02-20-2014, 10:50 PM   #1
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LXer: 3.5-inch baseboard supports Qseven 2.0 COMs


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Those who want to prototype using the latest Qseven 2.0 computer-on-modules, including the new Intel Atom E3800-based MSC Q7-BT or i.MX6-based MSC Q7-IMX6 modules from MSC Technologies, have been limited by older Qseven 1.1 baseboards. Such boards often donít support new and improved Qseven 2.0 signals including USB 3.0, HDMI, DisplayPort, serial, and I2S audio interfaces, says MSC. Now, MSC has built an MSC Q7-MB-EP6 board that supports both of these Linux-ready modules, as well as any Qseven 2.0 compliant COM.

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