The most powerful Android/Linux computer board has Allwinner A80 octa core processor
Allwinner develops chips for tablets. The newest chip is the powerful A80, an 8-core processor with ARM Cortex A15x4 at 2GHz, A7x4 at 1.3GHz and GPU PowerVR 64-core G6230. The fourth generation Cubieboard has the A80 chip. The board is provided with 2GB memory, 8GB EMMC storage, 4 host USB, USB3.0 OTG, HDMI, 1080P, VGA, 1000M Ethernet, WiFi, BT4.0, IR, RTC and audio. The Cubieboard A80 is 5 times faster than the Cubietruck with the dual core A20. We supply the CC-A80 board complete with cables, antenna, heatsink, power supply and acrylic plates.
Antratek has obtained the representation of the American company Total Phase which is specialised in host adapters and protocol analysers. For I2C and SPi Total Phase offers the Aardvark host adapter to load data with your computer to your embedded system. There is software for Windows, Linux, LabView and Rosetta Bindings. The I2C/SPI host adapter is ideal for programming flash memory sticks. The Beagle is an analyser which can be used to monitor I2C or SPI bus without influencing the bus signals. With the Data Center™ software you have the possibility to see, filter and search the data of the bus whilst measuring in real time.
This .Net Gadgeteer kit is programmable with Microsoft Visual Studio
The FEZ Spider Tinker Kit is the latest kit from GHI Electronics to introduce you to the possibilities of Microsoft .NET Micro Framework. The FEZ Spider is a .NET Gadgeteer board which runs .NET MF so you can program the board with MS Visual Studio in C# or Visual Basic. Gadgeteer is a platform for quick product development with boards and plug-and-play modules. This kit contains modules with 3.5" touchscreen, USB Client, USB Host, Ethernet, SD Card, buttons, joystick, led, speaker and light sensor. The cables and mounting plate are included.
The popular Teensy is now also available in a low cost version
The Teensy is a small development board with many features. You can make programs for the Teensy using your own editor in C or you can install the Teensyduino add-on and write Arduino sketches for the Teensy. Teensy 3.1 has a powerful 32 bit ARM Cortex-M4 microprocessor which can be used to do some serious number crunching. The new Teensy LC (low cost) has an inexpensive ARM Cortex-M0+, yet the Teensy LC is powerful enough for most applications. The board has 8K RAM, 62K flash, 27 I/O and 13 high res analog inputs.