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Old 11-14-2016, 06:06 PM   #1
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LXer: 96Boards-like SBC offers wireless and Ethernet


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Geniatech’s “Development Board IV” is a 96Boards-like SBC that runs Android or Debian on a Snapdragon 410, and features 40- and 60-pin expansion connectors. Linaro’s 96Boards spec has taken off to the point that we’re beginning to see clones and near-clones that are not yet sanctioned by 96Boards.org with an official mark of compliance, as […]

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