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Old 03-21-2013, 09:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Tiny $50 ARM-based COM runs Linux, Android


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BDD Group is readying a tiny, sub-$50, SODIMM-style computer module powered by an SOC (system-on-chip) containing a single ARM Cortex A8 core along with a Mali-400 GPU, among other functions. The business card-sized “A10 COM” will be supported with Android and Linux BSPs. BDD’s CEO, Rowdy VanCleave, says the A10 COM was created to enable [...]

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