Posted 19 Oct 2004 at 15:12 UTC by steve Share This

CompuLab has announced a new single board computer, called ARMCORE-GX, based on Intel's 400 MHz XScale PXA255 CPU. The board will cost around $50 in large quantities (single unit price looks to be about $150). It runs Linux and can support up to 64MB of SDRAM, 512MB Flash, LCD controller, PCMCIA, touchscreen controller, AC97 audio codec, slave and host USB ports, LPT port, IrDA, Floppy & IDE, 4 RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 serial ports, GPIO, 10/100 Ethernet. The board consumes less than 1 watt of power. In addition, the board can plug into a PC/104+ carrier board called ARMBASE that allow you to plug in all sorts of additional PC/104 I/O cards. For more on the board, see the recent LinuxDevices.com article.

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