A new mini PC has been created and is currently being crowdfunded via the Crowd Supply website in the form of a palm-sized, reconfigurable Linux computer that connects to the real world with ARM, FPGA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 154 I/O, and is called Snickerdoodle.
The Snickerdoodle mini PC is powered by a Dual-Core 667MHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor w/ 430K gate FPGA supported by 512MB LPDDR2 RAM and offers 154 I/O that 100 of those are reconfigurable.
Watch the video below to learn more about this new mini PC that has accompanying iOS and iOS applications to add even further functionality, to the affordable palm sized computer. Its developers explain a little more about the inspiration and features of the Snickerdoodle mini PC.
Snickerdoodle is a tiny computer built to be connected to the real world. With a powerful ARM processor, FPGA, 154 I/O, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 built-in, snickerdoodle is a brain for your robot, an autopilot for your drone, and the backbone for your computer vision system – all in one tight little package.
The coolest part of all? Not only do you have 154 I/O at your disposal, but 100 of them are totally customizable for your project! So you’ll always have the pins you need, when you need them. And when paired with the snickerdoodle mobile app (available for iOS and Android), you’ll be able to wirelessly upload your projects and hardware configurations without so much as touching your keyboard. Not bad, huh?
For more details on the Snickerdoodle mini PC that is now available to back over on the Crowd Supply website from $55 jump over to the official site via the link below.Filed Under: Hardware, Top News