Quad-core ARM CPU and Arduino in one board
This might sound overwhelming that was why you might need a full spec.
- Freescale i.MX 6 ARM Cortex-A9 CPU Dua/Quad core 1GHz
- Integrated graphics, each processor provides 3 separated accelerators for 2D, OpenGL® ES2.0 3D and OpenVG™
- Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU (same as Arduino Due)
- RAM DDR3 1GB
- 76 fully available GPIO
- Arduino-compatible R3 1.0 pinout
- HDMI and LVDS + Touch (I2C signals)
- Ethernet RJ45 (10/100/1000 MBit)
- WiFi Module
- Mini USB and Mini USB OTG (micro with the final release)
- USB type A (x2) and USB connector (requires a specific wire)
- Analog Audio and Mic
- Camera connection
- Micro SD (boot device)
- Power Supply 12V and External Battery connector
ARM board with 16-core Epipany RISC processors
I got this in March, 2014 while the promised delivery date was May 2013. The product was unique enough to make a year delay feasible. However, the ebook, Intro to Parallel Programming, which was add-on, was no where to be found. There was even no word about it. I doubted that they would care writing one or issuing $25 refund anymore. I might be wrong though.
On-board diagnostics (OBD) was’t anything new. It was with all your vehicle since roughly 1980, but it was widespread over the past decades since the law required.
OBD, OBD-II specificly, adapter came in many forms. I used to use standalone one which gave you code, so you could look at the manual and figure out what was about. Since smartphone emerged, OBD adapter with Bluetooth and USB arrived. This was the time for Wi-Fi; better connectivity surely, faster than Bluetooth; more reliability presumably.
Blazing Fast 802.11ac WiFi - 1.17Gb/s. Compatible with 100’s of Z-Wave & ZigBee smart sensors. All in one exquisitely designed device from Securifi.
This was from one of established companies which came to start a new product line and new customers of course. They used to do a portable battery with a indicator; this shouldn’t be hard for them, should they?