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Old 05-19-2016, 07:23 PM   #1
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LXer: i.MX7 computer-on-module may be smallest yet


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Embedded Artists and Rohm have launched a 37 x 27mm COM built around an NXP i.MX7 featuring a low-power Rohm PMIC, 1GB LP-DDR3, and 8GB eMMC. You know the Internet of Things has become a thing when the main selling point of a computer-on-module is the properties of its power management IC. In the case […]

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