Tibbo has his week unveiled a new Linux-based system they have created which is based on the based on the powerful 1GHz Cortex-A8 Sitara CPU from Texas Instruments and is a great with 512MB of RAM and 512MB of flash memory.
The new LTPP3 board runs Tibbo’s own, professional created distribution of Linux that is derived from the RedHat line and updated with the latest and greatest kernel and drivers, says the company.
Tibbo explains more about what you can expect from the LTPP3 system, which is now available to preorder and is expected to start shipping later this month:
The LTPP3 is mechanically and electrically compatible with our Tibbit blocks and size 3 Tibbo Project Box (TPB3) enclosures. This sets the LTPP3 apart from plain vanilla products such as Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone. While offering affordable Linux-based computing in a compact package, these devices do very little toward providing an attractive housing or a quick way to add desired I/O resources. In contrast, Tibbo Project System delivers aesthetically pleasing TPB enclosures to house the board, and a plethora of Tibbit modules and connectors to expand the board’s IO capabilities.
The ingenious feature of the Tibbo Project System is that the top and bottom walls of its enclosures are formed by Connector Tibbits. The result is a neat, professionally looking housing every time, even for projects with the production quantity of one. This eliminates a huge problem of any low-volume production operation – the necessity to fit into and customize (drill, cut, etc.) off-the-shelf enclosures.
For more information on the new Tibbo LTPP3 jump over to the official website for details and full specifications by following the link below.