Category Archives: sbc

Playing with the Teenage Engineering OP-1

I sampled some of the chat in the makerspace today and made a track, I am still learning the OP-1, but here it is anyway… Advertisements

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ESP8266 Pirates vs Ninjas Voting Dashboard – Quick Make

My first BarCamp! I am going to my first BarCamp this weekend: Manchester Girl Geeks BarCamp. I have never attended an ‘unconference’ before and I have been wondering whether I should have a go at speaking and if I did what … Continue reading

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ESP8266 WIFI Serial Dev Kit Development Board

These development boards sidestep some of the problems encountered when using a bare esp8266. Battery powered with an onboard voltage regulator, just put batteries in the holder and you are ready to start programming it. Add the esp8266 development board … Continue reading

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Single board computers

ADlink CoreModule 430 — Mar. 10, 2009 — ADlink’s latest PC/104 SBC is based on DMP Electronics’s x86-compatible Vortex86SX SoC. The “CoreModule 430” includes 256MB of RAM, four serial ports, 10/100 Ethernet, two USB ports, and support for both CRT … Continue reading

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Aaeon NanoCOM-U15

Aaeon NanoCOM-U15 — Mar. 09, 2009 — Aaeon’s COM exploits the newly proposed “COM Express Ultra” standard. The 84 x 55mm NanoCOM-U15 includes an SDVO (serial digital video out) connector, an Intel Atom Z5xx-series CPU, and up to 4GB of … Continue reading

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Kontron pITX-SP

Kontron pITX-SP — Mar. 10, 2009 — Kontron’s first pico-ITX SBC is built around a 1.1GHz or 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z5xx CPU. Targeting small, multimedia-oriented devices, the “pITX-SP” offers gigabit Ethernet, two SATA II ports, a microSD slot, and a … Continue reading

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ARM9 Samsung S3C2443 SoC

Digi ConnectCore 9M 2443 and ConnectCore Wi-9M 2443 — Mar. 04, 2009 — Based on an ARM9 Samsung S3C2443 SoC, these two network-enabled embedded modules from Digi International target networked displays, medical devices, building access controls, energy management devices, time … Continue reading

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