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Dev't board based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor

26 Jun 2015

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Arrow Electronics Inc. has unleashed a low-cost development board design based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor. Arrow will manufacture and distribute the DragonBoard 410c to community developers and commercial customers.

DragonBoard 410c

The credit card-sized kit is based on Linaro's 96Boards specification and enables developers, makers, universities and commercial manufacturers to utilise the power of the Snapdragon 410 processor for things such as next-generation robotics, medical devices, building automation, digital signage and gaming consoles, among others. The board is geared to build a software ecosystem around Snapdragon 410, as well as offering uses in education, prototyping and commercial embedded computing products.

The DragonBoard 410c features a 32/64bit capable quad-core ARM Cortex A53 at up to 1.2GHz per core, a Qualcomm Adreno 306 GPU for PC-class graphics, 1080p HD at 30fps video playback and capture with H.264 (AVC), 1GB RAM, 8GB eMMC Flash + Micro SD card slot, an onboard Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, and support for Android 5.1, Linux based on Ubuntu and planned support for Windows 10.

In addition, Arrow offers an easy transition from community board to commercial product through its extensive partner network and design services to enable customers who want to take their ideas from development board to production.




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