Robert Wolff of http://96boards.org/openhours and Jon “maddog” Hall talk about the opening keynote from Linaro Connect in Budapest #BUD17 (which you can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKzssz4tmZA). Check out maddog’s reaction to the on stage IoT demo, which used not only Cabon and Nitrogen IoT boards, but also the new Sensor Hub board. Robert and maddog also touched on the various 96Boards announcements around newly available Consumer, IoT and Enterprise edition boards such as the Orange Pi, Oxalis and the MediaTek X20 Professional development board and how it all fits in the 96Boards ecosystem.
DragonBoard 820c Is The World’s First PC On Top Of Snapdragon 820
Short Bytes: DragonBoard 820c is a highly potent single board computer that’s established on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chip. It’s a extremely fast chip which comes packed with Adreno 430 and 32GB onboard storage. Much like its predecessor DragonBoard 410c, DragonBoard 820c too is expected to run Android, Linux, and also Windows 10 IoT Core. At the moment, the purchase prices and release date of the board are not available
Due to Moore’s Rule limitations, chip makers will not be able to shrink the dimensions of the chips for much longer. Nonetheless it isn’t going to stop the hardware manufacturers from producing single board PCs which are in a position of undertaking goals equal to standard PCs. To illustrate, just recently, we encountered Asus TinkerBoard.
Today, I’m about to familiarize you with a powerful single board computer that can blow Raspberry Pi 3 out of the water. I’m preaching about DragonBoard 820c, the first computer established on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chip. It isn’t available in the market for buying yet, but nonetheless, it’s listed on Arrow Electronics site.
Looking at the technical specs, it’s blazing fast, can handle 4K images, and comes loaded with various kinds of functions. This helps make it a suitable selection for creating powerful projects, robots, drones, and so on.
In comparison to Raspberry Pi 3, DragonBoard 820c additionally is the winner on the storage front. It arrives pre-loaded with 32GB inbuilt storage. The additional attributes of DragonBoard 820c are 3GB LPDDR4 RAM, USB 2.0 and 3.0, Global positioning system, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and also GbE. Furthermore, it includes an Adreno 530 Graphics processing unit.
DragonBoard 820c is a ultra-powerful heir of DragonBoard 410c, which allows Android, Windows 10 IoT, plus Linux. While Arrow boasts that DragonBoard 820c works with Android, the information to set up Linux can be found online.
At present, we do not gain the cost details of DragonBoard 820c. For more details, visit this website link.
Have you found DragonBoard 820c appealing? Never overlook to talk about your perspectives.
DragonBoard 820c Specs Features in Short
- Qualcomm Kyro Quad-core 64-bit Processor chip
- Designed to the Linaro 96Boards extended community board specification
- 3 GB LPDDR4 and 32 GB UFS Flash.
- Connectivity selections: WLAN, Bluetooth 4.1, GbE, USB 2.0 and 3.0, plus GPS.
- The Adreno 530 624MHz GPU advocates for 4K UltraHD@30fps video playback and record with H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC).
- supports 3 image sensors as high as 28 Megapixel.